Use the Rainbow, Please!

In the name of one thing, they hang a banner declaring the character of God, his BEAUTIFUL, AMAZING, PATIENT LOVE. The problem with society’s use of the Rainbow today is the ironic REAL DECLARATION they unknowingly make. If you fly the flag, you preach the Bible to all God’s faithful people. You are reminding us […]

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(video) Big Questions 2: What Has God Written on the Wall?

This world is filled with Big Questions. People who know their God can understand the Big Questions, like Daniel could read the Writing on the Wall: “Mene Mene Tekel Upharsin.” God wrote two books. Both books give the same message, both together answer all of the Big Questions of life. –Video 2 in the Writing […]

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Christian Dragons & Fairies & Droids, Oh My!

Magical Creativity in Christian Fiction A Christian Approach to Alternate Reality Stories Recently, I was asked on Quora about Christian use of magic and alternate reality in fiction. After thinking about it for a while, I wrote to a guru on the topic, Steve Laube. Steve began Enclave Publishing to build credibility for a uniquely Christian […]

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(Video) Big Questions 1: How Can I Know God?

  This world is filled with Big Questions. About God. About our Future. About Suffering and Grief and Disaster. About Religion and Morality. About Love and Hate. These Big Questions assault us from every angle, and never leave us alone. Like Belshazzar who saw the confusing writing on the wall, these Questions need an answer, […]

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What to Do about Hypocrites in the Church

“We wouldn’t have most of the New Testament letters if it weren’t for problems in the church.” Flavien Pardigon. Big Problems Why are there so many problems between believers? Why are there so many hypocrites and just plain mean people in the Church? Why do even I fail in being the kind of person I […]

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Separation Filters: Isaiah 9

The story of King Ahaz, the Syrian threat versus the Assyrian hope, the Immanuel promise, and the names of Isaiah’s sons all point to one amazing truth: This suffering world is the venue for sorting people both by their deeds and by God-given faith. The first verses of Chapter 9 parallel last three verses of […]

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Separation Filters: Isaiah 8

The story of King Ahaz, the Syrian threat versus the Assyrian hope, the Immanuel promise, and the names of Isaiah’s sons all point to one amazing truth: This suffering world is the venue for sorting people both by their deeds and by God-given faith. Maher-shalal-has-baz. Isaiah’s son, born as the first proof of God’s being […]

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Separation Filters: Isaiah 7

The story of King Ahaz, the Syrian threat versus the Assyrian hope, the Immanuel promise, and the names of Isaiah’s sons all point to one amazing truth: This suffering world is the venue for sorting people both by their deeds and by God-given faith. King Ahaz has an amazing opportunity. He meets with Isaiah not […]

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The Ugly Truth: I Love Will

School Shootings on Valentine’s Day? What is happening to this world? There is nothing new, really, under the sun. As it was in the days of Noah so it is still today. Everyone is in love with the same person. This is the crux of the matter. At our church women’s prayer time a common […]

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That Darn Tree-Objections

That Darn Tree outlined step by step the argument explaining why it was always God’s Plan A to have suffering in the world. Since he made the world, he determined the weight of carbon and the location of earth in this neighborhood of the universe. The Goldilocks Zone for life in astrophysics parallels the Goldilocks […]

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