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666 If there is ever a number that triggers a variety of reactions, it is this one. It appears four times the Bible, two of which are in accounting documents of Solomon’s yearly income (1 Kgs 10:14; 2 Chr 9:13) and once in Ezra in the numbering of the 666 descendants of Adonikim (Ezra 2:13). … Continue reading What’s in a Number?
I originally wrote this article in 2009 to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the birth of John Calvin. I soon realized that my desire to do Calvin justice was an impossible task. Books have been written about the man and continue to be written. There are seminary classes that cover his life and doctrine. It … Continue reading John Calvin: A Tribute
Looking at Genesis 6:1-4 I began this examination of Genesis 6:1-4 in Part One. For review, the passage is rendered in the King James Version as: And it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughters were born unto them, that the sons of God saw the … Continue reading God, Giants and Genesis (Part Two)
The Great Sex Rescue by Sheila Wray Gregoire, Rebecca Gregoire Lindenbach, and Joanna Sawatsky Not long ago, the thought of publicly reviewing a book titled, The Great Sex Rescue, would not have been on my radar. Especially since I am a pastor and this review is aimed at a conservative evangelical audience. Even the title … Continue reading Review: The Great Sex Rescue
A Crack in Creation: Gene Editing and the Unthinkable Power to Control Evolution by Jennifer A. Doudna and Samuel H. Sternberg For a few decades now, the prospect of genetic engineering has, at the same time, offered the promise of great advances and the fear of unforeseen consequences. These fears have been reflected in both … Continue reading Review: A Crack in Creation
Looking at Genesis 6:1-4 I must confess that I have an interest in somewhat obscure and difficult to understand portions of the Bible. The Scriptures are a treasure trove of knowledge for us. We gain knowledge about God. We learn of His dealings with mankind over the centuries. More importantly for us, as the Apostle … Continue reading God, Giants and Genesis (Part One)
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