This belongs here because there are too many people in the church who have bought into the paranoia of Hollywood celebrities who think they know something about vaccines. Please keep your vaccines up to date!
I recommend that you take 39 mins to watch the sermon below. In it, Dave Fields talks about the issue of justice and it’s importance in the life of the church and individual believers. If we are not acting justly, we are doing it wrong. Now head over to The CBE Blog for a glimpse […]
Image Credit: After the Big Bang? used by permission. © Marjan Smeijsters AKA ‘De Rode Olifant’ The question of the existence of God is an important one to ask. There are many different arguments for or against the existence of God, but not all of them can be true. Some think that belief in God […]
Over the years and recently through my Grad studies in apologetics, I have developed an appreciation for the Creeds of the Church. Many people are “anti-creed” because the creeds are not directly Scripture, but this need not be a hindrance to using them or cherishing them as long as they are not used in place […]
Part 1: Test your Witness Part 2: Chain of Custody SEPARATE ARTIFACTS FROM EVIDENCE When collecting evidence from within a crime scene there will always be items picked up and included that do not pertain to the crime itself; these items are called artifacts. Jurors must determine whether certain items qualify as evidence in a […]
Part 1: Test your Witness Part 3: Separate Artifacts from Evidence CHAIN OF CUSTODY When presenting evidence in a courtroom during a case, it is important to be able to establish for the jury that the evidence was actually present at the crime scene. Carefully documenting and tracking each movement of the evidence from the […]
In a global culture and in the age of information, there are many voices making claims and vying for our attention. How can we know which claims are valid and true? In the case of religion, is there one that is better than the others or are they all equal? As an atheist, J. Warner […]
Where would Christianity be without the resurrection of Jesus? Absolutely nowhere. After the death of Jesus, his followers probably would have just faded away from the scene, hoping to avoid arrest; eventually they would have gone back to their jobs and tried to survive the infamy of the man with whom they had been whom […]