Seems like every time I turn on the TV, the radio, read a newspaper or go online I am being told that I hate you.
The sins of Sodom and Gomorrah is one of my favorite topics in the Bible; mostly because it is, in my opinion, one of the most important, and yet misunderstood lessons recorded in the Old Testament.
This is a post from April 2014 when the movie Noah was coming to the big screen. When the movie came out on DVD a few months later I rented it from Redbox. I did not make it past the first 10 min. Just not my thing, as most movies these days.
And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.
What is Gods response to the Darwinian evolutionary theory “survival of the fittest” as it pertains to wealth?
The “fate of the entire nation” according to Dr. Sowell lies in the President’s ability to save us. But what did the Lord warn us about looking to kings?
In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. (Genesis 1:1) The word “beginning” is an interesting one, as it is placed here, and is the purpose of the study today. In the Hebrew the word translated as beginning is rêʼshîyth meaning: the first, in place, time, order or rank (specifically, a firstfruit):—beginning, chief(-est), … Continue reading Firstfruits: a Study of Genesis 1
"How painful it sometimes is to have the wrong answer. How much more painful then to be the wrong answer." - Dennis Rasmussen
This knowledge matters because if our rights were granted to us by the Constitution, then they could be just as easily taken away from us. If they are given to us by God, then no power on earth can remove them, try as they might. At best, a repeal of the 2nd amendment would mean no more than that the United States no longer protected our natural right to bear arms. It would not take away our natural right!
There is really only one true way that we are equal. We all sin, we all fall short, and therefore we all need Jesus Christ who atoned for those sins. That is the great equalizer. That is the reason I cannot ever think I am better than anyone else. No matter what the situation is, no matter who the person is, we have this commonality between us. This knowledge is the great unifying force.