Tracing the History of the Concept of Deep Time in Geology and its Erosion of the Churches’ Theological Foundations

The article “Where Did the Idea of ‘Millions of Years’ Come From?” ( by Dr. Larry Mortenson of Answers in Genesis, traces the history of the deep time concept that arose in the field of geology in the late 18th century. It describes how this quickly took hold in academia and then the Church inContinue reading “Tracing the History of the Concept of Deep Time in Geology and its Erosion of the Churches’ Theological Foundations”


Romans is considered to be a foundational book in the Bible by biblical scholars and students and therefore it is crucial for all Christians to learn the fundamental doctrines of our Faith by mastering this epistle written by the Apostle Paul. It is not just an epistle to the Christians in Rome of Paul’s dayContinue reading “EXCURSION THROUGH ROMANS”

Theonomic Treatment of Capital Punishment for Apostasy

In the article CAPITAL PUNISHMENT FOR APOSTASY ( on the Postmillenial Worldview website, Dr. Kenneth Gentry clears up the popular misconception that Deuteronomy 13 establishes capital punishment for unbelief. He applies a new covenant perspective (New Testament) in understanding apostasy and excomunication covered in Deut 13 and 17:2-7 in terms of the theonomic ethic. The connectionContinue reading “Theonomic Treatment of Capital Punishment for Apostasy”

The Apostolic Teaching of Spiritual Gifts for the Church Today — Part 2

Part 1 In this article I begin to examine the idea of the cessation of the spiritual gifts after the Apostolic era held by many Christians and present an opposing argument that is solely based on the Scriptures. This series of articles, beginning with Part 1, advocates for the continuationist position. Cessationists claim thatContinue reading “The Apostolic Teaching of Spiritual Gifts for the Church Today — Part 2”

Recommending a Teaching Series of Biblical Truth

“Are We Living in the Last Days – Online Course” by Brian Godawa ( contains multiple series of teaching content that address the eschatological passages of the New Testament from the interpretive standpoint of preterism and challenges the prevailing views steeped primarily in premillennialism. Preterism is an orthodox scripture-centric hermeneutic that has solid scholarly andContinue reading “Recommending a Teaching Series of Biblical Truth”

The Supreme Gift of the Ages – Part 3

The Supreme Gift of the Ages — Part 2 The next phrase at hand in John 3:16 is “shall not perish.” As part of the conclusion of this verse, it begins the purpose statement about the mission of God’s Son: To save a people that are perishing. So what is the nature of this condition thatContinue reading “The Supreme Gift of the Ages – Part 3”

Avoiding the Information Traps and Snares on Social Media

The article “How to Avoid Misinformation and Disinformation Online,”, on The Gospel Coalition (TGC) website, by Patrick Miller, is a good read for Christians who want to be careful to avoid the rivers of falsehoods and of becoming guilty of violating God’s ninth commandment—do not bear false witness (Exod. 20:16), while engaging with socialContinue reading “Avoiding the Information Traps and Snares on Social Media”

Natural Law as the Divine Imprimatur in Nature

In the article “Nature Can Teach-A Biblical Introduction to Natural Law by Steven Wedgeworth”, the author explains the concept of classical natural law as a basis of moral reasoning used to determine the rational foundation for a moral duty or prohibition. Natural law is grounded in the divine law reflected in the Ten Commandments (ExodContinue reading “Natural Law as the Divine Imprimatur in Nature”

How Joseph and his Eleven Brothers Illustrate Design

The devotional article “The Marvel of Design” ( in Days of Praise on the ICR web site uses the unlikely passage in Genesis 43:33 about Joseph’s encounter with his eleven brothers in Egypt to illustrate how the ordinary capacity of common science (rational common sense) can discern the unreasonableness of expecting random forces to createContinue reading “How Joseph and his Eleven Brothers Illustrate Design”

Maintaining the Core Truths: Adam as the First Created Human–A Theological Defense

In the article “Does It Really Matter Whether Adam Was the First Man?” ( by Dr. Michael Reeves, posted on The Gospel Coalition’s website, he breaks down the arguments from Scripture supporting a historical Adam and refutes the opposing views, such as those proposed by Denis Alexander, that appear to be elaborate escape devices toContinue reading “Maintaining the Core Truths: Adam as the First Created Human–A Theological Defense”