This video is an hour long, but you can speed it up and watch in half the time. I think Dr. Sproul did a great job speaking about this age old question. This is my summary: Evil is not a thing, like some force or poison or ooze. Evil is an action.Just as Augustine said,… Continue reading My notes on R.C. Sproul’s – What Is Evil & Where Did It Come From?
Here is a short message to those who would not consider themselves yet to be Bible readers, or devoted to Christ: I spent 6 entire years of my life, full time, in school, studying the Bible and its origins as well as other religions, at first to see if the Bible was true and to… Continue reading Read Scripture, but if you won’t, read this.
In case you missed it, there are 8 chapters total, and all the published chaptersso far are listed here. Gustave Dore - (Isaiah answers the call from God to write to God’s people ~700 B.C.) The next topic we’re about to cover is the period after the fall of man until Jesus, which covers a… Continue reading The Ax and Ox – Chapter 5 – Promise
In Case You Missed It:IntroductionChapter 1Chapter 2 “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them… And God saw everything that he had made, and behold, it was very good.” (Genesis 1:27-31) God Made Man Good Where did mankind come from? God… Continue reading The Ax and Ox – Chapter 3 – Man
The above etching is a depiction of Baruch writing Jeremiah’s prophecies (Jeremiah 36:4). This and some other artwork used throughout this book was created by Gustave Dore, a French artist, printmaker, illustrator, comics artist, caricaturist, and sculptor who worked primarily with wood-engraving and lived from 1832-1883. [ If you haven't read the Introduction, here it… Continue reading The Ax and the Ox – Chapter 1 – Word