Santa Claus

Why Settle for Santa?

In 1897, a little girl named Virginia wrote to the The Sun, a New York City newspaper, to ask if Santa Claus is real. The editor’s response to her has since become famous. As a new parent, I (like many other … Continue reading

What is truth

10 Apologetics Videos That Get Straight to the Point (and Right to the Heart)

After absorbing over 50 hours of apologetics lectures and debates on topics as simple as an overview of Genesis and as minute as cave formation in New Mexico, my friend and I had an idea.  We seriously considered condensing the information in our … Continue reading

Communion: Sharing Jesus Christ in Your Community

I want to focus on an aspect of communion that is inherent in the word itself: community. The word spoken in Jesus’s day was koinonia, which is translated not only as “communion” but also “fellowship,” “sharing,” “participation,” and “contribution”. Communion … Continue reading

Law, Liberty, and The Lord

Law, Liberty, and The Lord: Comparing the Bible to U.S. Laws

Christianity is too judgmental, too strict.  We must drop such dogma if we are to live as free people in a just society.  You have heard this said before.  You may have thought it yourself.  This impression is false and … Continue reading

Isaac Newton’s Extensive Theological Writings

Isaac Newton is renowned as one of the greatest scientists of all time, but many are not aware that he spent more time writing about theology than about physics.  Now you can see digitized versions of his biblical commentaries thanks … Continue reading

The Volume of the Book is Written of Him

When I first began exploring word clouds as a means of visualizing biblical data, the result using Wordle was little better than a jumble of words sized according to frequency, with random colors and angular variations to add interest.  It’s … Continue reading

QR Code Trinity

The Trinity in QR Code

What you’re looking at is a QR code.  Anyone familiar with these would immediately recognize that it is unlike all other such codes – a distinction which will be explained shortly.  They have become prolific in marketing campaigns because they allow smart … Continue reading

Jesus Talks with Nicodemus

We’ve all heard John 3:16 but often we do not consider the entire conversation Jesus had with Nicodemus. That night he spoke of being born again, believing in both earthly and spiritual things, and much more.

Mother’s Day

Christians, how was your Mother’s Day?  Did you celebrate it with flowers, fine dining, and gifts?  Did your mother have a good time being the center of attention for a day?  How about the family?  Did everyone enjoy honoring the … Continue reading

Jeremiah 18: God vs. Nationalism

American Christians, when was the last time you read Jeremiah – I mean seriously read Jeremiah?  I ask this question because so many of us think that God made something special here in America, and therefore God won’t abandon us.  Some of … Continue reading

Soul Liberty Outline

This outline is the beginning of a series of articles that, Lord Willing, will become a book on the subject of Soul Liberty. This compilation has been three years in the making and could possibly take more. It is the … Continue reading

Biblical Repentance

Repentance is an integral part of salvation and the Christian life. Learn what repentance is (and is not) in order that you may live with God in heaven and on Earth according to his will. BIBLICAL REPENTANCE | Doctrine | … Continue reading

Ark of the Covenant

Ark of the Covenant [Interactive]

Even though the Ark of the Covenant is long lost, you can still explore it virtually. In this study tool you can find info about the ark, its history, symbolism, and contents.

How God Makes Himself Known

Chances are that you or someone you know has asked the question: “Why hasn’t God revealed himself to me personally?” Another variation is: “If God is real, why won’t he just come down from Heaven and remove all doubts about … Continue reading

How Do You Prove God Exists?

In this first of a 4-part series, Eric Hovind interviews a presuppositional apologist about a most unique tool to avoid the meaningless arguing, and cut to the heart of the matter. Must Christians argue about God and His creation without … Continue reading