Monthly Archives: February 2015

ADRA Helps In The Ebola Virus Crisis 

Volunteer nurse, Pauline Cafferkey’s condition and experience had been life-threatening on her return from Sierra Leone at the end of December. Although now recovered she was struck by the dreaded ebola virus she had volunteered with others to combat . … Continue reading

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Science Increasingly Makes the Case for God

Says Casey Luskin, “Though it appeared on Christmas Day, Eric Metaxas’s article in the Wall Street Journal continues to attract denunciations. What’s the big deal? Metaxas proposed that “Science Increasingly Makes the Case for God.” While people hold many different views on … Continue reading

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Detective Struggled With Faith – And Found Jesus

Following my previous post here is another case of struggling with faith. Says J. Warner Wallace. “I bought my first Bible. It was an inexpensive pew Bible; I think it cost me less than five dollars. As I read through … Continue reading

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‘The Struggle of Belief’ by Gregory Alan Thornbury

How I Almost Lost the Bible says Gregory Alan Thornbury Can the Bible be believed? Thornbury says that “Had it not been for the first editor of CT, I likely would have gone the way of liberal scholar Bart Ehrman.” An … Continue reading

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