Science can teach us much about who God is, and how He lovingly created a world specifically designed for us.

The James Webb Telescope – Awestruck by the Glory of God

By Jeff Pallansch | July 18, 2022

NASA recently released its first images from the James Webb Telescope. They are astonishing, not only for their aesthetic beauty, but also in what they reveal to us about our…

Were the Days of Creation 24 Hours Long? Geocentrism: Lessons from a Hard Goodbye

By Jeff Pallansch | October 20, 2021

The timing of creation is not the first heated debate the church has worked through on a science-related topic. For three hundred years, the church wrestled over the location of the earth within our solar system. Although emerging scientific findings indicated the sun was at the center of our solar system and the earth rotated around it (heliocentrism), many fervently argued from the Bible that such findings were wrong.

Were the Days of Creation 24 Hours Long? The Clarity of Scripture

By Jeff Pallansch | September 21, 2021

Some have questioned: Isn’t the Bible is a simple book written for the average person to understand? Should considerations such as Hebrew syntax, literary forms, and the cultural context be necessary for one to properly understand Genesis 1-2? What about the clarity of Scripture? Doesn’t a technical analysis undermine this doctrine and imply the Bible is inaccessible to the masses?

Were the Days of Creation 24 Hours Long? The Continuation of Day Seven

By Jeff Pallansch | September 8, 2021

aving examined Moses’ construction of the first six days of creation, let us now turn our attention to the seventh day when God rests from His labor. One of the striking features of this day is its lack of closure. Unlike the first six days, day seven has no concluding refrain about this day drawing to an end (“and there was evening and there was morning, ______ day”). As readers, we are left wondering why Moses breaks here from his standard pattern. Why does he not depict this day drawing to a close? Has it not yet ended?

Commonly Misunderstood Verses About Jesus

By Dr. Ron Rhodes | August 23, 2021

What are the commonly misunderstood verses about Jesus? Some Bible verses are not as easy to understand as others. Peter once said of the apostle Paul, “His letters contain some…

No Second Chance After Death

By Dr. Ron Rhodes | August 23, 2021

Some people believe sinners will have a second chance to become saved after they die. In some cases, they misinterpret a particular Bible verse they think supports this idea. In…

Heaven for Infants and Young Children Who Die – Part 2

By Dr. Ron Rhodes | August 23, 2021

[Ed. Note: In Part 1 we considered: The Universal Need for Salvation; When Do Children Become “Responsible”?; God’s Purpose in Salvation ; No Infants Mentioned in Hell; Jesus and Little…

Heaven for Infants and Young Children Who Die – Part 1

By Dr. Ron Rhodes | August 23, 2021

There is perhaps nothing more difficult in the world than for a parent to bury a child. How heart-wrenching it is for a mother and father to watch as the…

Were the Days of Creation 24 Hours Long? The Significance of Evening and Morning

By Jeff Pallansch | August 18, 2021

“And there was evening, and there was morning, ______ day.” As you may recall from a previous article, this is one of the four phrases Moses uses to structure Genesis…

Were the Days of Creation 24 Hours Long? Moses’ Unique Construction for Numbering the Days

By Jeff Pallansch | August 11, 2021

In Genesis 1, Moses numbers the days of creation using a unique construction. In fact, he presents them in a way that is different from all other numbered sequences in…

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