Christians must realize that you cannot preach the Gospel without the first statement of the creed, as the apostle Paul shows. Christ the Savior is the Creator. Christ is “the image of the invisible God,…by [whom] all things were created,… the firstborn from the dead, [who] made peace by the blood of his cross”(Col 1:15-20). Of his world, as the angel Gabriel declared, there will be no end (Luke 1:33). May Christmas 2012 remind us of that unique birth, the proof that God, not the Mayan calendar, is in control of history.
26. What does paganism say about God? The pagan conception of God varies somewhat. For some, there are many gods—not to be confused with a triune God—which are either dead humans, or nature spirits, or beings like humans but more powerful. For others, God is an impersonal force who constantly brings the whole world into […]
TruthXchange Podcast ep 24: Sexuality by God’s Designby Joshua Gielow | October 26, 2020
Mary Weller comes back on the truthXchange Podcast to discuss how twoism affects the way we think about sexuality and gender roles in culture.
A Plea to my Evangelical Friends for Bidenby Dr. Peter Jones | October 20, 2020
How should genuine Christians vote in the up-coming presidential election? Recently a group called “pro-life evangelicals for Biden” sought to answer that question. The group includes many prominent evangelical leaders whom I respect who believe “that a biblically shaped commitment to the sanctity of human life compels us to a consistent ethic of life that […]
TruthXchange Podcast ep 23: Pro-Life and Climate Changeby Joshua Gielow | October 19, 2020
Dr. Cal Beisner joins the truthXchange podcast for a discussion about Evangelicals for Biden. We later on tackle science and the consensus of scientists on climate change. https://cornwallalliance.org/https://cornwallalliance.org/2020/10/pro-life-evangelicals-for-biden-commit-two-major-mistakes-in-ethics/
“Pro-Life Evangelicals for Biden” Commit Two Major Mistakes in Ethicsby truthXchange | October 16, 2020
By Dr. E Cal BeisnerSenior Teaching Fellow In my years as a seminary professor of ethics, I saw few things more sinister and devious than the seemingly innocuous statement, “a biblically shaped commitment to the sanctity of human life compels us to a consistent ethic of life that affirms the sanctity of human life from […]