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Rastafari, Jesus and the Bible

Reggae music is enjoyed by many and for various reasons, and the Rastafari movement has penetrated the American consciousness. What do Rastafari’s believe? After all, they use the Bible and believe in God – Jah. Boonville has enjoyed the good vibrations of the World Music Festival for several years. We’ve enjoyed talking to many people […] Read

Winston Churchhill on being untainted by the truth

“Once in a while you will stumble upon the truth but most of us manage to pick ourselves up and hurry along as if nothing had happened.” – Winston Churchhill  And then that lawless one will be revealed whom the Lord will slay with the breath of His mouth and bring to an end by […] Read

It’s really NOT about me?

“The life of man consists not in seeing visions and in dreaming dreams but in active charity and in willing service.” – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow But Jesus called them to Himself, and said, “You know that the rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them, and their great men exercise authority over them. It is […] Read

The Voice of CS Lewis

Most of us have read CS Lewis, but have you ever wondered what his voice sounded like? Now you can. Lewis was recorded delivering some of his talks on the BBC radio during WWII to the people of England .идея за подарък Read

The clarifying effect of Christianity

“I believe in Christianity as I believe the sun has risen, not only that I see it, but by it I see everything else.” — CS Lewis Read

Books-Salvation and Sovereignty: A Molinist Approach

Salvation and Sovereignty: A Molinist Approach – Kenneth Keathley How do we earnestly and honestly deal with the clear teachings of Scripture that show that God is truly sovereign over the entire universe, over people and over the salvation of individuals, and those that show that humans have real responsibility before God for moral choice […] Read

“God is bigger than his Word…”

I’ve noticed a troubling twist in a few conversations with believers, and it shows up when one tries to engage these particular folks with the certainty of the nature of God from the Scriptures. They balk at the idea of Scriptural boundaries and doctrinal precision about what the Triune God is and is not. Further […] Read

Halloween: Pagan, Catholic, or Just Fun?

Halloween and paganism are, for some reason, irrevocably linked in some Christians’ minds. However, this should not be so, for modern secular Halloween and paganism actually have very little to do with each other. The Halloween that is celebrated today in the United States is a day when children and adults alike dress up and […] Read

Part 2 of the series on self-deception, on SharperIron.org. This one covers group-think and group-deception. Read

This article on individual self-deception, part 1 in a series on SharperIron.org, is excellent and a clear mirror for self-examination. Read

Here is a great story about a Lebanese Christian family who worked positively through the years against bias against black customers who just wanting to eat some great BBQ. But it raises a question for the thinking, biblical Christian,,, Read

Would it make sense to lock your house and its contents carefully before you left, and then turn around and hand your keys to a thief to hold? It would seem that Christians have been doing that for years with… knowledge. Paul Henebury, shows in The Frame of Knowledge article just how that happened and […] Read

You’d think that was great news, considering the hand-wringing that other first-world countries are going through at their declining birth-rates. However, in this CNN report, we see just how cynical and downright weird the world-view of some “experts” is! For example, how’s this for a gem of condescension: “Experts believe there is a mix of […] Read

The LDS (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints) recently responded officially to a list of questions about Mormonism posed by FoxNews. The LDS is attempting to cast itself as a “misunderstood” Christian denomination. We’ve posted some of those Foxnews questions, the response of the LDS, and then our questions and comments in indented […] Read

I’ve been thinking about the connection between Darwinian naturalism and Hitler’s attemts at perfecting a superior human race of supermen via eugenics and all of a sudden this article on that exact topic pops up. Oxford professor, Richard Dawkins, author of the book, The God Delusion, thinks that Hitler’s eugenics program was not all bad. […] Read

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Showing by category: Worldviews

Rastafari, Jesus and the Bible

Reggae music is enjoyed by many and for various reasons, and the Rastafari movement has penetrated t[more]

Winston Churchhill on being untainted by the truth

“Once in a while you will stumble upon the truth but most of us manage to pick ourselves up an[more]

It’s really NOT about me?

“The life of man consists not in seeing visions and in dreaming dreams but in active charity a[more]

The Voice of CS Lewis

Most of us have read CS Lewis, but have you ever wondered what his voice sounded like? Now you can. [more]

The clarifying effect of Christianity

“I believe in Christianity as I believe the sun has risen, not only that I see it, but by it I see[more]

Books-Salvation and Sovereignty: A Molinist Approach

Salvation and Sovereignty: A Molinist Approach – Kenneth Keathley How do we earnestly and hone[more]

“God is bigger than his Word…”

I’ve noticed a troubling twist in a few conversations with believers, and it shows up when one[more]

Halloween: Pagan, Catholic, or Just Fun?

Halloween and paganism are, for some reason, irrevocably linked in some Christians’ minds. How[more]

Part 2 of the series on self-deception, on SharperIron.org. This one covers group-think and group-de[more]

This article on individual self-deception, part 1 in a series on SharperIron.org, is excellent and a[more]

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