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Now We Can Hear God

By Will Myers  > In the Old Testament, we have the laws and the promise of the Messiah to come. The Old Testament has the New Testament concealed within. The New Testament is the Old Testament revealed, and this is … Continue reading

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TAKING SCIENCE ON FAITH

  SCIENCE, we are repeatedly told, is the most reliable form of knowledge about the world because it is based on testable hypotheses. Religion, by contrast, is based on faith. The term “doubting Thomas” well illustrates the difference. In science, … Continue reading

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God and Science: A Course in Due Course

BY ANJEANETTE ROBERTS – APRIL 19, 2018 Many fear to tread into culturally charged topics in an “us” versus “them” social media climate characterized by rapid escalation, rabid judgments, and character assassinations. What if a course on God and science could … Continue reading

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Philosophy’s Most Famous Quotations

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Philosophy’s Most Famous Quotations

BY KENNETH R. SAMPLES  I love ideas. And I love thinking about them. One of the fundamental reasons I study philosophy is that I believe ideas really matter. And philosophy is the discipline of big ideas: God, the cosmos, the mind, knowledge, … Continue reading

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In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.

BY JEFF ZWEERINK – FEBRUARY 23, 2018 Except for John 3:16, this is probably the most well-known verse in the Bible, and it highlights a number of distinctives important for the rest of Scripture. Maybe the most significant, Genesis 1:1 establishes … Continue reading

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General Relativity and Its Christian Implications Pass Yet More Tests

    BY HUGH ROSS – DECEMBER 18, 201 General relativity ranks as the best description of how the universe behaves. It explicitly incorporates the principle that the laws of physics never change throughout both space and time. Proving the reliability … Continue reading

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