A curious one this, as I was reading commentaties on Romans they referred to OT saints and their inability to conquer sin. The reason is apparently that they did not have the Holy Spirit. Peter gave way to his fears when Christ was "captured"...Last Post By: earl40 Today, 07:53 AM
I hardly know whether to post this here or in the prayer forum. Dr. Hovind is from my neck of the woods and I found his creation seminar very helpful in delivering me from belief in the gap theory and other faulty positions. As the article relates...Last Post By: calgal Yesterday, 10:42 PM
I say this as a friendly outsider to the Van Til school. My own epistemology is a marriage of both the Dutch tradition and the Scottish tradition. How many of us have read the men Van Til critiqued? I have in mind Butler, Paley, Hackett, Locke,...Last Post By: Philip Yesterday, 04:48 PM
New Genevan Psalter | The Heidelblog "A single line of music, rather than four parts as is common in almost all contemporary North American hymnals, might look odd to some, but it has been maintained in this Psalter to be true to Calvin’s...Last Post By: Philip Yesterday, 07:46 PM
It was surreal. Straight out of a Jim Crow movie of the 60s.
There I was, a young teenager, sitting at the all-black table in the school cafeteria.
I was naïve. I didn't know. I was the first...
A surprising new survey has flummoxed the scientific establishment: about one in five Americans are religious and scientifically literate yet reject key components of modern neo-Darwinianism,...Shawn Mathis 02-03-2015 02:45 PM
After reading Slate's interview with a Christian zoologist, Jeff Hardin, the first thought I had was: "They think theistic evolution is a new thing." The author calls them "evolutionary...Shawn Mathis 01-15-2015 06:13 PM