Monthly Archives: September 2018

FOUR KEY TRUTHS ABOUT SATAN

How can we separate fact from fiction about Satan? What is he really like? Sean McDowell offers four quick insights about Satan from the Bible.       Sean McDowell, Ph.D. is a professor of Christian Apologetics at Biola University, the National Spokesman for Summit Ministries, a best-selling author, popular speaker, and part-time high school teacher. Follow him on Twitter:

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CREATION AND THE LAWS OF THERMODYNAMICS

The Two Laws of Thermodynamics support creation and contradict evolution. This Hebrew word translated “created” in Genesis 1:1 denotes the creation out of nothing of the marvelous intricately designed systems of the universe. These complex systems, too numerous to count, from small microscopic organisms to macrocosmic heavenly bodies, are all subject to the same universal law of decay. Where did

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CRAZY BIBLE MOVIE

The Bible is full of crazy stories….things that sound like fairy tales on par with Cinderella’s coach turning into a pumpkin at midnight. You don’t want to miss this full, free movie.     Ray Comfort is the Founder and CEO of Living Waters and the bestselling author of more than 80 books, including God Has a Wonderful Plan for

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WHO IS JESUS THE MAN?

Man made religions are all about man trying to climb a so-called ladder up to God. Whether it’s Mormonism, Islam or  Hinduism. They all do different works to justify themselves getting closer to God, like a mission trip or pray five times a day or fast. No matter how much they do it never seems to be enough. That’s because

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HOW COULD A LOVING GOD SEND GOOD PEOPLE TO HELL?

Sean McDowell answers one of the toughest questions out there. Hell is one of the toughest challenges against Christianity. Does God send good people there?       This story originally appeared on seanmcdowell.org by Sean McDowell Sean McDowell, Ph.D. is a professor of Christian Apologetics at Biola University, best-selling author, popular speaker, part-time high school teacher, and the Resident Scholar for Summit

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