Monthly Archives: May 2011

Stephen Hawking On ‘No Heaven & No After Life’

“As Michael Wenham recently wrote in response to Hawking, the universe “is certainly discoverable by science,” but that is very different than making science the final word on its meaning. Science doesn’t govern the universe; instead “science is governed by … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Books & Book Reviews, Origins

The Influence Of The Bible On Society

“The power of the Word of God is such that it affects not only individuals for good, but whole cultures and societies. Much of what people take for granted today as good and useful about Western culture has its origins … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Bible

‘The KJV 400 Years On’ by Ben Witherington

“If the measure of the worth of something is the impact it has had for good on human lives, there has hardly been a book that has had more impact on the world since 1611 than the KJV Bible.”

Posted in Bible

“The Power of God Unto Salvation”

“For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God” (1 Corinthians 1:18). In his book, The God Delusion, Published in 2006, Richard Dawkins’ … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, The New Birth

Review Of ‘God Is Not One’ by Stephen Prothero

In his ‘God is Not One’, Boston University’s Stephen Prothero doesn’t see ‘all religions as different paths up the same mountain.’ “They do not teach the same doctrines. They do not perform the same rituals. And they do not share … Continue reading

Posted in Books & Book Reviews

Our God Is A Forgiving God -Psalm 130

There are three reasons that bring me to Psalm 130. First, it is a beautiful Psalm. Secondly, it fits in so well with this week’s Sabbath Study. And a third reason is an Internet link asking the question: “How Did saints … Continue reading

Posted in Christ's Sacrifice, Sanctuary Teaching