A Creative Theory

http://www.christianpost.com/news/rare-fossilized-footprints-belonging-to-nightmarish-dinosaur-found-in-canada-173631/ Combing through the Six Peaks dinosaur track site in British Columbia, Canada, paleontologists discovered a footprint which hasn't been observed anywhere else in the world. The print belongs to a four-toed meat-eating early Cretaceous-era dinosaur known as Therizinosaur, according to Richard McCrea of the Peace Region Palaeontology Research Centre. Based on the near 55 … Continue reading A Creative Theory


A Follow Up

http://www.christianpost.com/news/pastor-caught-in-bed-with-parishioners-wife-wont-resign-because-god-has-already-forgiven-him-173638/ What I want from God I've already received it and that's his forgiveness. What I am asking of our members is something I may or may not get and that is your prayers. And I'm asking for your forgiveness," Simmons said as his congregation said "amen" and gave him a standing ovation. "I'm hurting … Continue reading A Follow Up

Technology Helps Archaeology

http://edition.cnn.com/2017/01/27/europe/charred-roman-scrolls-trnd/index.html For over two millennia, scrolls from the ancient Roman town of Herculaneum eluded analysis. Left buried under the ashes when Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD, the scrolls were preserved -- but in a charred and illegible state. But thanks to modern science, researchers are now able to read what's on the scrolls without … Continue reading Technology Helps Archaeology

In Brief

#1. http://www.christianpost.com/news/singer-vicki-yohe-apologizes-for-pro-donald-trump-jesus-in-white-house-post-173357/ Popular Gospel singer Vicki Yohe has been receiving vicious online attacks after posting an Instagram photo of Jesus heading back to the White House. She is now apologizing to those who felt offended. People who react viciously in response to behavior they do not like only prove that they are worse than the people … Continue reading In Brief

One Good, One Bad

The following quotes come from the late Dale Rumble's book Prepared For His Glory. We have only done a cursory investigation into Mr. Rumble's church and what we have found is not good. They seem to skip the overseer part of the church body and hold to having elders only lead the congregation. They are … Continue reading One Good, One Bad

Compassion Needs Flexibility

The following quote comes from The Attributes of God by A. W. Tozer page 70. After the first world war the United States with its big heart gave vast sums of money to the dislocated orphans of Europe, but they didn't have enough to meet the need. In one of the places where they were … Continue reading Compassion Needs Flexibility

Beth Moore+

The following link has several stories starting with Beth Moore http://www.christianheadlines.com/contributors/scott-slayton/beth-moore-calls-young-christians-to-embrace-both-truth-and-love.html so we will start with her and comment on some of the rest. #1. Beth Moore-- Beth Moore issued a warning to a gathering of 18 to 25-year-olds about what she believes will be a temptation their generation will face. Speaking to the 55,000 … Continue reading Beth Moore+

Why We Need Biblically Educated Laymen

This article follows our Why We Need Biblically Educated Women which we placed here and in our magazine. By biblically educated we mean laymen and women who are trained in the truth and know how to correctly use the Bible. #1. Their faith is important: It is the same first point as in the women's … Continue reading Why We Need Biblically Educated Laymen

2016 Archaeology’s Top 10

http://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/daily/news/top-10-biblical-archaeology-discoveries-in-2016/ Here are 6 of them First-Ever Philistine Cemetery Unearthed at Ashkelon The first and only Philistine cemetery ever discovered has been found outside the walls of ancient Ashkelon. Ancient Latrine: A Peek into King Hezekiah’s Reforms in the Bible? A millennia-old latrine discovered at Tel Lachish in Israel could be evidence of King Hezekiah’s … Continue reading 2016 Archaeology’s Top 10