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Are Science and Faith Compatible? Concept 3: The Programming Paradox

Mark Phillips | October 18, 2018

God reveals Himself in His Word and in the natural order of His creation, all the way down to the sub-cellular level. How grateful we are that He has invited us into an understanding of these processes. The infinite God who created billions of galaxies is also seen and glorified in the nano-world of irreducible complexity and circular causality of cellular machines, DNA-coding, and the DNA:protein paradox.

Are Science and Faith Compatible? Concept 2: The Cosmological Conundrum

Mark Phillips | October 17, 2018

A common practice of science is appealing to the best conclusion. Good science says the best conclusion about the origin of the universe is it had a beginning—thus a beginner, a creator. As the Bible says in Genesis 1:1, “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.”

Are Science and Faith Compatible? Concept 1: Atheism is Self-Denying

Mark Phillips | October 16, 2018

1 Peter 3:15 commands believers, “…always be prepared to give a reason for the hope that is within you…” So it is incumbent upon every Christian to comprehend some basic science that proactively supports biblical theism. Learning scientific support for God can seem intimidating, a task better left for the “experts” to handle. But you can grasp basic concepts in such a way as to present them with love and humility to an unbelieving world that erroneously embraces scientism.

Listen Before You Speak: An Essential Attitude for Prayer

Brad Klassen | October 2, 2018

Hearing the Word of God as He has delivered it in Scripture is the starting place for your life of prayer—whether you are new disciple of Jesus Christ or a seasoned prayer warrior. If you find yourself struggling in prayer, it can ultimately be traced to your struggle in the study and understanding of Scripture.

Relearning the Discipline of Self-Control in a Society of Instant Gratification, Part 2

Ace Davis | September 26, 2018

There are three main areas of our lives we need to practice self-control over: our thoughts, emotions, and body. Athletes go through rigorous training for a trophy—a perishable prize. But as Christians, we are promised an imperishable crown that will never fade away. We must have self-control as we await our crown that we might be used by God for His glory.

The Horrors and Habitat of Hell: Some Details You May Not Have Considered

Chris Gee | September 18, 2018

In recent years, the concept of Hell has come under fire. Hell is seen as an antiquated tactic used by preachers of yesteryear to frighten people into making professions of faith. Passages on Hell are being reinterpreted to make them less offensive. But Scripture teaches that Hell couldn’t be more real and gives great detail about the horrors of this habitat of certain torment.

The Verse That Makes Every Pastor’s Blood Run Cold

Reagan Rose | September 11, 2018

Imagine having to give an account for the souls of human beings. And having to give that account not to an earthly boss but to the risen Son of God Himself—your Lord and Master Jesus Christ. Well, that is exactly what every pastor is required to do according to Hebrews 13:17. It is that fearful prospect that should make our blood run cold.

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