What is Baraminology?

  The fascinating find of Homo naledi has sparked an intriguing debate amongst creationists. As with the evolutionists, the creationists seek to label every new find. Though the evolutionists simply perceive a...

Perfect Preservation Proven in Psalm 12

Though Psalm 12 had been briefly commented on in a previous post((see Heath Henning, “Deistic Inspiration or Preserved Inerrancy,” May 2, 2016; http://truthwatchers.com/deistic-inspiration-preserved-inerrancy/ )) it is important to expand the discussion...

Microchip implant to buy, sell, and trade

The New York Times reported, “At first blush, it sounds like the talk of a conspiracy theorist: a company implanting microchips under employees’ skin. But it’s not a conspiracy, and employees...

Cain and Abel: Murder and Morals

The lessons from the event of Cain and Abel are important for us to understand and for that purpose it is important to understand that it is indeed a historical event...

A Review of the Ark Encounter

On July 6th my family and I boarded Noah’s Ark just one day before it celebrated the anniversary of it’s opening to the public. Interestingly, it was approximately one year that...

Does “death” mean “separation?”

The expression that “death” means “separation” is such a commonly repeated mantra within Christianity, it is taken for granted as the absolute definition for the word “death” without question. However, we...

Was Christ Separated from the Father?

“Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils” (1 Timothy 4:1). Surely some have...

Messianic Prophecies of the First Coming

And beginning at Moses and all the prophets, he expounded unto them in all the scriptures the things concerning himself. (Luke 24:27)   1.       Gen. 3:15 a.       Gal. 4:4 b.      1 Tim. 2:15 2.       Gen. 9:27 a.      ...

New Evangelicalism: brief history of compromise

Raymond L. Teachout draws the historical development of the all inclusive mentality in churches. “Finding its origins in German higher critical thinking, liberalism crept into the Protestant scene of North America...

Resurrection: Theological Implication and Applications

The resurrection is the central doctrine of Christianity. Sadly, today, the idea of resurrection is limited to the study of Christ’s resurrection as being evidence for Christianity. For example, Henry Morris...
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