All the Works Thy Hand Hath Made: Arizona Desert

Just another look at God’s great creation. Enjoy!

Delight in Truth

One of the best time-lapse videos out there… Enjoy God’s creation!

Landscapes: Volume Two from Dustin Farrell on Vimeo.

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Redaction Criticism Why do the Gospels differ from each other in some places while they are so much alike in others? Here's a closer look why.

12 Quotes on Evolution and Intelligent Design

12 Quotes on Evolution and Intelligent Design Following up on my last post regarding Josh McDowell's 13 best quotes, here are more quotes from various people on the subject of evolution and intelligent design. Click on the title above to be redirected to the post on "The Poached Egg."

Josh McDowell– His 13 Most Exceptional Quotes

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After I set out to refute Christianity intellectually and couldn’t, I came to the conclusion the Bible was true and Jesus Christ was God’s Son.

A lot of people say, well how can a loving God send anyone to hell? First of all God doesn’t send anyone to hell. If we go to hell, it’s by our own choice. But when somebody says to me, how can a loving God allow anyone to go to hell, I’ll turn around and say, “Well how can a holy, just, righteous God allow sin into His presence?”

Why don’t the names of Buddha, Mohammed, Confucius offend people? The reason is that these others didn’t claim to be God, but Jesus did.

If Jesus Christ was who He claimed to be, and He did die on a cross at a point of time in history, then, for all history past and all history future…

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Why parables?

Yesterday, we looked at the action and activity of the Trinity in the teachings of Jesus. In light of that, let's also look at the form of many of Jesus' teachings--his parables. A parable is an illustration or short story by which can be drawn a single truth or answer to a single question. Jesus …

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The Gospels: Finding harmony among the dissonance

The word, ‘synoptic,’ as defined by Webster’s Dictionary has four meanings; one of which is, “presenting or taking the same or common view.” This definition references specifically the first three of the four gospels. But there can be found certain dissimilarities among the gospels. For example, how can Matthew record Jesus as having a sermon …

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The truth about truth from “The New Evidence That Demands a Verdict”

When Jesus was being questioned by Pilot, the Bible records Pilot as having said, “What is truth?” (John 18:38). It seems that either truth didn’t matter to Pilot, or that Pilot was as confused to truth as many are today. The answer may be plain for some, but for others, truth can be enigmatic depending …

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