Was Jesus Silent On Homosexuality?

Pro-gay people will frequently claim that Jesus never said anything about homosexuality. His silence, they insist, is supposed to mean that a) He has no problem with it, and b) everyone else should be silent about it. If you’re a self-interested speed-reader, you’ll find precious little in the Gospels about homosexuality. But so what? Jesus also […] […]

A Tale of Two Books

Consider the following hypothetical: On Day1 of Creation, God created light, separated it from night, called one ‘Day’ and the other ‘Night’. All in a day’s work. Suppose an angel came along at that time and said “Lord – You know all things. Please – write for me a book of everything that will happen over the […] […]

The Fall and The Curse

It’s worth considering the fact that there is a distinction between The Fall () and The Curse (). Here’s what I mean: The Fall (The instant Adam & Eve eat the fruit): Man is cut off from God Man’s eyes are opened Man and woman feel shame due to their nakedness Adam and Eve begin their march towards death The Curse (Some […] […]

From Adam to Moses…

Bible Trivia: If Adam wrote a book on his life, his memoirs, how the universe was Created, and more, it’s only reasonable to believe that he would have passed this book on to his kids. Or great-grand kids. And it’s only reasonable to conclude that this would have made its way to Moses. So… given these […] […]

Creation: Just Add Water??

If you’re reading this page, it’s probably because you believe that there is a God and that He’s all powerful – so powerful that He has the ability to create an entire universe. After all, that’s precisely what He did. If you subscribe to an Old Earth view of creation, I’d like to pose two […] […]

Stones of Sodom

While hopping around Jordan with Dr. Dave, he brought our attention to “ancient Sodom” (click here for map), where we all got out and took a look around. Yes, Sodom as in “Sodom and Gomorrah” from Gen and 19. Here he is showing us what was very likely an ancient gate for the city of […] […]