Whether it was a creative and quirky quote from the The Cat in the Hat card you received that one birthday, or the worn-out, dogeared book you’ve happened upon in a backpacker’s hostel or doctor’s waiting room, Dr. Seuss is a literary icon. Continue reading “Shorth is better than length”
Throughout the Old Testament, the Jewish nation of Israel was God’s chosen people. Through Moses, God led the Israelites out of their 400 or so years of slavery in Egypt and into the Promised Land of Canaan (modern-day Israel and … Continue reading “…there is no Gentile or Jew…”
When we look back through history, plagues and viruses are pretty regular, and as a Christian, I’m well aware of the prophecy of the Four Horsemen in Revelations 6:1-8. There’s been plenty of debate amongst historians, theologians, and doomsday advocates … Continue reading COVID-19…just another pandemic?
They might be thin, but could one of these Arabian camels go through the eye of a needle? Continue reading It’d be Easier for a Camel…
In his work “Mere Christianity“, Clive Staples (C.S.) Lewis stated that, Even in literature and art, no man who bothers about originality will ever be original: whereas if you simply try to tell the truth (without caring twopence how often … Continue reading How often are you A-mazed?
In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.” Okay, cool, but why? The Bible gives us only fractional information about the realms of God before our Genesis. And why would He? “In the beginning” means just that, the beginning of this Creation. God didn’t have a beginning; He’s always been. Anything to the otherwise is pure fiction; thereby irrelevant. Continue reading Why did God make us?
Throughout the New Testament, we see that Jesus hasn’t concealed or camouflaged how he and His Father (God) expects us to live, or how we can attain eternal life with him in the New Creation after we die. The apostle Paul gives to the Christians in Rome (as much as to you and I) this revelation Continue reading How to be saved
This is painfully obvious, but I think it needs to be said. Whether you’re young or old, wise or foolish, innocent or guilty, you, I, and the rest of the world are dying at a reasonably rapid rate. The current … Continue reading Like it or not, we’re all gonna die