Archive for May, 2015

Don’t Waste Your Summer

Saturday, May 30th, 2015

As we enter the summer season, I suggest you think about fulfilling eternal projects that won’t waste your summer.  This short time on earth isn’t about you, isn’t about us, but about God.  If you are saved, you believe that.  If you don’t believe that, you’re not saved.  If you’re not saved, there is much […]


Saturday, May 23rd, 2015

When Darwin wrote his Origin of Species, the technology that could look at the cell had not been invented.  As far as that generation was concerned, it was just a mass or a blob.  Then came the electron microscope and men could look at the cell and saw the irreducible complexity.  It didn’t stop there. […]

Is It Scriptural?

Thursday, May 14th, 2015

The bottom line of any position that we take is, “Does scripture teach it?”  If it does, then we believe and obey it.  If whatever it is that we believe contradicts the Bible, it is invalid.  We shouldn’t believe it – we have no basis for doing so.  Religions have these issues to deal with, […]

Believing and Certainty

Friday, May 1st, 2015

I didn’t know it, but “certainty” is a philosophical concept that has entries in encyclopedias.  More than ever, men are thinking about certainty, because they are less certain.  We lived in a world with far more certainty in an earlier age.   Was this good or bad?  Some would have you believe a greater merit […]