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Coming Full Circle

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Coming Full Circle What does that mean? By J.L. Robb Many of you who are reading this have a keen sense of significance about the Book of Revelation and the prophecies of the Tanach (Old Testament) pertaining to this particular book. So how do you answer when someone, maybe a friend or family member, asks: […]

The Fear of Dying

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The Fear of Dying By J.L. Robb In 1973 a book was authored and then published by Erica Jong, Fear of Flying and the attempts of a woman to handle her fears. It was a best seller, and apparently many suffer the same phobia. Fear is a strange thing but often makes us stronger, and […]

The Odds of Evolution Are Zero

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The Odds of Evolution Are Zero By Dr. Jerry Newcombe Zero times anything is zero. The odds of life just happening by chance are zero. This universe just springing into being by chance is impossible. It takes a leap of blind faith to believe in evolution, unguided or guided. Of course, there are tiny changes […]

An Irrational Belief System: The Absurdity of Atheism

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An Irrational Belief System: The Absurdity of Atheism By Dr. Sonny Hernandez Answer a fool according to his folly, lest he be wise in his own eyes (Prov. 26:5) Atheism is an irrational belief system that denies God’s existence. Proponents of atheism opine that life happened by random chance, and that people are just matter […]

Game Over

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Game Over By Wendy Wippel Maybe it’s just me, but I tend to take the Holy Spirit for granted. (Internal inventory: liver, spleen, lungs, and oh, the Holy Spirit.) Maybe it’s because He stays behind the scenes. (John 16:12-14) But He’s worthy of consideration, and, improbably, an analogy from modern life can make Him a […]

Call Me the Wanderer

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Call Me the Wanderer By Wendy Wippel Today’s Fun Fact: the word “go” occurs 1,358 times in the Bible. Which doesn’t mean much without the contrapositive: the word “stay” appears only 53 times. And in half of the first eight–(which is as far as I checked) — the word “stay” was actually used in the […]

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 […]

I’m a Believer

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I’m a Believer By J.L. Robb Everyone wants a ”sign”. Well, maybe not everyone. Some really do believe in God based purely on faith; but others who don’t believe, might if they just had a sign. I hear this a lot, ”show me the beef”. That was me 40 years ago. Before I decided to […]

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 […]

Tubal-Cain, Right on Time

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Tubal-Cain, Right on Time By Wendy Wippel The funny thing about the young-earth/old-earth argument is that no matter how many total years are postulated for creation (typically about 7000 for by young earth proponents versus nearly 14 billion years for old earth adherents) the Biblical record of humankind still matches up with the archaeological record. […]

The Black Swan

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The Black Swan By Pete Garcia Probably the three most contentious points of scripture are the Creation, Jesus Christ’s first advent, and His Second Advent. These are under more attack, by more agencies both inside and out of Christendom than almost any other. The truth is, very few people believe in an actual literal return […]

Rock of Ages

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Rock of Ages By Wendy Wippel You may remember that hubby and I went to England this year; one place we visited was the British side of the English Channel, famous for the White Cliffs of Dover. We paid $100 for a tour out to Dover, rather indulgent since the only motive was memories of […]

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