Archive for April 19, 2010


Out of all the questions a person could ask, the origin of life is not only one of the most difficult to fully explore, it is also one of the hardest to define.  Although biologists might be able to study life in the present, there is no honest scientist that can aptly define what life truly is.  Life is more than biological and chemical pieces put in the correct order.  Life is more than animation.  Life is not the same as a computer and life is definitely not a robot.  Interestingly the Bible does not tiptoe around the subject or definition of life.  Continue reading

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“The Christian church, instead of floating high above it all, free and clean and separated, finds her poor old boat leaking water from every seam.  The church and the world have become so intertwined that it is hard to tell one from the other.  The world has so affected the church’s moral standards that Christians say they believe in Christ and yet have never bothered to change their moral attitudes and standards at all.”  A.W. Tozer, “Faith Beyond Reason”, p. 126.

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