While we aren’t given much information on his personality, or really his experiences in life after the garden, Adam is one of the most relatable characters in the scriptures.
The Christian knows that beauty is a gift from God and is given in order to help us be reassured of His presence and care.
More important than all his personal accomplishments, John Glenn was a believer in God, Creation, and Christianity.
One of the earliest lessons learned when studying probability and statistics is that, “Numbers don’t lie, but liars figure.”
There are two very meaningful devotional songs that have been arranged based on the text of Psalm 95—in fact, sometimes they are arranged together and sung back-to-back to reflect the passage itself.
Sing with the Understanding is a series of articles by Christopher James to examine and break down some of our favorite church hymns and devotional songs. By learning the origins and scriptural meaning behind the songs we sing, we can better teach and admonish others while increasing our knowledge of the praise we give to God.
The person who wrote "If you can show me conclusive evidence that God exists, then I will immediately become a Christian!" has it all wrong. The responsibility of recognizing evidences of God belongs to the individual.
We can see that belief in a non-creationist view of life is adhered to and applauded, at least in part, because of a deep-rooted wish to not acknowledge and non-conform to one who has provided, not only the physical universe, but also a system of morality which He expects man to keep.
“There are only two possibilities as to how life arose. One is spontaneous generation arising to evolution; the other is a supernatural creative act of God."