Monthly Archives: December 2018

Discovery of Missing Atomic Matter Boosts Cosmic Creation Model

BY HUGH ROSS – NOVEMBER 12, 2018 During my graduate school days at the University of Toronto I had the privilege of taking a short course from Princeton University astronomer and cosmologist Jeremiah Ostriker. In that course Ostriker spoke about the … Continue reading

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Take Up and Read: C.S. Lewis’ Case for the Christian Faith

  BY KENNETH R. SAMPLES – NOVEMBER 13, 2018 I am writing this ongoing blog series on Reflections to encourage Christians to read more vigorously and enrich their lives with Christian classics in such fields as theology, philosophy, and apologetics. Hopefully, a brief … Continue reading

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Learning about Christian Creeds, Part 1

BY KENNETH R. SAMPLES – AUGUST 14, 2018 Have you ever recited the Apostles’ Creed? It is widely used in Western Christendom, both in the Roman Catholic Church and in various Protestant churches (Lutheran, Reformed, Presbyterian, Anglican, Methodist, Congregational, among others). In … Continue reading

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Why Did God Kill All the Men, Women, and Children in Sodom?

BY HUGH ROSS – AUGUST 8, 2018 The way I typically hear this question is, why did God kill every man, woman, and child living in Sodom and Gomorrah? This question is frequently asked by Christians and non-Christians alike, and it’s … Continue reading

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