As a Christian, Bible study is a constant, never-ending process of reading, learning, and maturing in Christ. Much of that study is the study of interpretation of what the Bible says. I believe in the literal interpretation of the Bible myself. I’d like to address questions I have received about the interpretations of Genesis One […]

When you think about human history, we see a long, slow process of change. As a race, we have advanced continually towards “progress” but the last 200 years of human history have been a dramatic technological jump. One hundred years ago, life was very different and we are just starting to truly understand the physical […]

Part of being a Christian involves defending my faith. I really do like the area of apologetics because as I’ve said before, science can only take you so far. I want to know the Creator in His Creation but I also want to know His Character, His Thoughts, His “Feelings” because we can only try to […]

Another great find…some food for thought. As Christmas approaches, I just want to thank Jesus for His gift to me: eternal life. For that, I will always be grateful. My gift to my readers: this very brief article that answers a few questions I have received from time to time. May God bless you and […]

Treasury of Snow I remember the first time I read the Book of Job. It was an eye-opener for me…the distinct moment when God enters the scene and questions Job: “Then the Lord answered Job out of the whirlwind, and said: “Who is this who darkens counsel By words without knowledge? Now prepare yourself like […]

With modern technology, we can begin to appreciate what is available to us with just a few keystrokes: a vast quantity of information. I truly appreciate this because I love to learn. God gave me a hunger for learning, especially in the area of science so when I come across articles that are written so […]

Jesus often spoke in parables about the principles of the Kingdom of Heaven. Perhaps because the principle itself was too difficult for the hardened heart to grasp or simply because it was illustrated better through an example. Such is the case today. I remember as an undergrad, many of my peers dropped out because the […]