Can we trust the Bible?

This high-quality, visually engaging presentation by Mark Spence, the Dean of the School of Biblical Evangelism, gives clear reasons why the Bible can be trusted as inerrant, inspired, and infallible.

The Cross: Jesus in China

The Bitter Cup abounds with compelling testimonies by missionaries of the younger generation. Their dedication, suffering, faithfulness, and thanksgiving have led to an unprecedented revival of the Chinese Christian church.

Creation Seminar 7 – Questions and Answers

Like anyone who has been effective at spreading their message, “Dr. Dino” is not without his critics. Here he defends against the onslaught that has come at him over the years and teaches us a few more things in the … Continue reading

Creation Seminar 6 – Hovind Theory

If our universe and life on Earth didn’t evolve through natural forces, what did happen? Kent Hovind explains the Bible’s historical account and backs up his faith with sound reason.

Creation Seminar 5 – Dangers of Evolution

The teaching of evolution carries moral implications. It draws people away from the knowledge of their creator. The results throughout history have been devastating.

Creation Seminar 4 – Lies In The Textbooks

Did you know that modern science textbooks present known frauds as scientific truth? Creation Science Evangelism exposes these deceptions and calls for their removal.

Creation Seminar 3 – Dinosaurs

There’s a reason they call him “Dr. Dino” – he loves telling people about the wonderful creatures we now call dinosaurs. Watch him teach about where they fit in Earth’s history and where you can find them in the Bible.

Creation Seminar 2 – Garden of Eden

Kent Hovind explains the biblical account of humanity’s beginnings and answers common objections to this history.

Creation Seminar 1 – Age of the Earth

Atheistic scientists inform us that the Earth is over 4.5 billion years old. Kent Hovind, a.k.a. “Dr. Dino” presents both the other side of the story and the actual scientific facts.

Experience at a Homeless Shelter

Not long after moving away from the Midwest, I volunteered at a homeless and battered women’s shelter in East Texas for about 6 months. In that time I made a handful of observations about how things were run and how … Continue reading

KJV Readability Chart

Readability chart

There are numerous claims about the readability of various English Bible translations. The chart below is the result of my own calculations using the standard Flesch-Kincaid grade level formula. Many other readability calculations do not specify whether sentence lengths are … Continue reading

Review: RefTagger vs. VerseClick

For novice bloggers and advanced web programmers, there are two good tools available to automatically create a pop-up showing the text of Bible verses referenced on your site, as in: Rom 1:20. One is RefTagger from Logos Bible Software. The other … Continue reading