Learning to ask “Did God really say?” again.

"Did God really say?" is a famous question -- it is the first question asked in the Bible. It is also an infamous question -- it was asked by the Serpent, who represents the deceiver in the Bible. Satan, if you like. With this seemingly well meaning question, the devil threaded the needle that would … Continue reading Learning to ask “Did God really say?” again.

Why I speak with a Christian accent

Sometimes I find myself feeling embarrassed to speak in public because I have a Christian accent. It is second nature for me to say "thank-God" when I am feeling grateful and "God-willing" when I am strongly aware of how weak my best efforts are in the face of fate. That's just where I come from. … Continue reading Why I speak with a Christian accent

God and Science: Friends or Foes?

Pick up your Bible and trace the historical story-line of the Israelites, from Abraham down to the New Testament Jesus and His followers. If you read the story like any other story, you will notice a significant trend. Take Moses and the burning bush, for example. Apparently, this event was unusual to Moses. It was … Continue reading God and Science: Friends or Foes?

Blog Break (11 Mar 13)… and Some [Not So] Bad News

Are you ready? Check these out: WHO CREATED GOD? No, the answer is not as simple as you may assume at first (it is not "no one"). This question is usually asked in the context of the argument that says, "If something cannot come from nothing, then where did God come from?" This article provides … Continue reading Blog Break (11 Mar 13)… and Some [Not So] Bad News