• Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed

    Ben Stein is a popular Jewish writer (author of some thirteen books) and commentator. He is a professional comedian, an Emmy Award-winning actor, and game show host. He also is a lawyer, has been a law professor, and once served ... read more »

  • The Two “Beasts” of Revelation 13

    What do the two "beasts" depicted in Revelation 13 represent? The first comes up out of the sea (v. 1). The second rises from the earth (v. 11). And what is the meaning of not being able to "buy or ... read more »

  • Atheism: The “Church” of Amorality

    A while back, U.S. News & World Report (11/13/06, 40-41) published an article titled "The New Unbelievers." The piece discussed a new breed of atheists that are a militantly "in your face" variety. Names like Richard Dawkins (The God Delusion_) ... read more »

  • Ants – God’s Amazing Creatures

    One of the most interesting insects of the natural world is the tiny ant. There are over twelve thousand different species. Ants are called "social insects" because they live in groups and help one another in different ways. God made ... read more »

  • The Old Testament and Incense

    One of the amazing evidences of Bible inspiration is that of prophecy-especially predictive prophecy. Predictive prophecy presents facts regarding events that are to happen in the future. Since no ordinary human can know what is to happen in the future, ... read more »

  • Was Jesus Afraid?

    Was there ever an occasion when Jesus was afraid? The writer of the book of Hebrews speaks of the time when Christ was "in the days of his flesh," i.e., during his earthly sojourn (5:7). The expression implies both a ... read more »

  • Lessons Learned Through Illness

    Nobody wants cancer. Certainly I did not! Some are so fearful of this disease they will not even say the word; they refer to it as the "C-word." It's one of the most dreaded maladies a human being can contemplate. ... read more »

  • A Lesson from the Leech

    There are some things that never say, "That's enough." Agur, the son of Jakeh (see Proverbs 30:1), sets before our minds this idea of "insatiable things." The leech has two daughters: give and give. Three things are never satisfied; four ... read more »

  • Was Jesus “Gruff” and “Explosive”?

    A popular writer admired by many-whose noble book, Will God Run? emphasizes the thrilling willingness of God to pardon the penitent sinner-recently penned an article that, in this writer's view, requires some exegetical adjustment. In a piece titled "What Does ... read more »

  • Why Did God Make Mosquitoes?

    Buzzzz. Ouch! Smack! Yes, those sounds usually are heard when Ms. Mosquito pays you a visit. And I say, "Ms. Mosquito," because only female mosquitoes "bite." There are more than 2,500 species of mosquitoes in the world. A species is ... read more »