Wendy Wippel

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Heart of Darkness

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Heart of Darkness By Wendy Wippel According to Richard Dawkins, science has now erased any need for a creator. No need, Dawkins says, because physics has now revealed every little bit of information with respect to how the universe came to be. My response? Back the bus up, Dawkins. Your mouth done wrote a check […]

A Prodigal People

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A Prodigal People By Wendy Wippel “Grace” is a beautiful young woman who loves God. Who spent a year in London on Mission, serving and witnessing to London youth.  She came home with an unexpected medical issue, however. Really unexpected: a pregnancy. Which– distraught and devoid of resources– she ended in the same way that […]

The “Mark” of the Beast

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The “Mark” of the Beast By Wendy Wippel Facebook had a conference last week at which, unexpectedly, they offered up an apology for its negative effects, namely seducing us into paying more attention to the device we hold then to the ones we hold dear. Noble, I guess. But their solution may be out of […]

Whose Counting?

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Whose Counting? By Wendy Wippel Last week I kind of casually threw out the supposition that the Bible could be considered two-thirds prophecy. Let’s just say I caught a little flak for that. I will say first that I didn’t make that figure up; I heard it—often—from Chuck Missler, someone I credit for most of […]

God’s Tactical Two-Step

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God’s Tactical Two-Step By Wendy Wippel I’m currently writing a book about how God created our amazing universe, motivated by the fact that after ten years of serious study of both Genesis and modern science’s account I am regularly blown away by the fact that, like Sir Francis Bacon once said, “a little science estranges […]

Away From the Manger

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Away From the Manger By Wendy Wippel You may remember that the nation of Judah was captured by Nebuchadnezzar and taken to Babylon as slaves, including Daniel, about 606 B.C. Persia conquered Babylon in 537 B.C. and freed the Jews to go home, but Daniel (God’s “highly esteemed”) did not. And the reason is critically […]

A Triune Trifecta

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A Triune Trifecta By Wendy Wippel Recent AP photos depict Presbyterians with what can only be called rapture on their faces. Not because of The Rapture, but because their church voted to divest from Israel (in their view, moral high ground). They’re a little confused, but nothing that an actual acquaintance with Scripture couldn’t fix. […]

Atheists Among Us

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Atheists Among Us By: Wendy Wippel Five days ’til Easter and in Memphis (the veritable buckle of the Bible belt, with 30 megachurches and probably 30 thousand standard ones) Easter’s a Big Deal. So, naturally, the American Atheists Convention (AAC) chose to hold their 2015 conference in Memphis. On Easter Weekend. To annoy the Memphis […]

A Tale of Two Churches

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A Tale of Two Churches By: Wendy Wippel I hope all reading this had a very merry Christmas (I know I did), but it’s time to move on. Because as much as I love Christmas (and Christmas music, and Christmas cookies, and Christmas presents) Jesus never told us to remember His birth. He told us […]

Only a Matter of Time

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Only a Matter of Time By Wendy Wippel Breaking Bible news: Hank Hanegraaff, president of the Christian Research Institute (CRI) and host of the radio broadcast Bible Answer Man, has– as of April 7, 2017 (Palm Sunday), left the building. Meaning the evangelical Bible-believing church itself. Hank, was born in the Netherlands, and for much […]

Lost in Translation

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Lost in Translation By Wendy Wippel John Tyndale (although he built on other’s work) is widely credited with giving us the world’s first English Bible, having given more than six years – and eventually his life—in the endeavor. Upside? Big One? His translation put the priceless words of God in the hands and hearts of […]

Got Milk?

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Got Milk? By Wendy Wippel If I said, I’m going to study the Bible ’till the cows come home’, would you look for a herd of longhorns? No! It’s an idiom, a phrase that says one thing but is understood to mean something else. The same thing could be said about ”Bible Study”. And that […]

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