Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 10, 2006
The end result of all of this is sadly illustrated in the book, Reforming Fundamentalism, by George A. Marsden, which informs that 85% of the students in one of America’s largest evangelical seminaries stated that they do not believe in the inerrancy of Scripture. Beyond that, a poll of 10,000
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 17, 2006
The N.T. is the very best book that was or ever will be known in the world.
Contributed by Manuel Amparo on May 10, 2006
“The Bible is so strict and old-fashioned,” said a young man to a gray-haired friend, who was advising him to study God’s Word if he would learn how to live. “There are plenty of books written nowadays that are moral enough in their teachings, and do not bind one down to the Bible.”
THIS IS PRETTY AMAZING
What is the shortest chapter in the Bible?
Answer - Psalms 117
What is the longest chapter in the Bible?
Answer - Psalms 119
Which chapter is in the center of the Bible?
Answer - Psalms 118
Fact: There are 594 chapters before Psalms 118
Contributed by Dana Chau on Sep 9, 2002
Oswald Chambers wrote, "If the Bible agreed with modern science, the Bible would soon be out of date." The Bible is the trustworthy Word of God.
Contributed by Steven Platt on Nov 1, 2002
According to Peter Kendall in the Chicago Tribune, Ruben Brown, age sixty-one, was known on the south and west sides of Chicago, as the friendly neighborhood cockroach exterminator with "the Mississippi stuff." The Mississippi stuff was a pesticide Brown had bought hundreds of gallons of in the
Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson go on a camping trip, set up their tent, and fall asleep. Some hours later, Holmes wakes his faithful friend.
"Watson, look up at the sky and tell me what you see."
Watson replies, "I see millions of stars."
"What does that tell you?" asks Holmes
Contributed by Davon Huss on Jun 23, 2003
A. There was a Christian lady that had to do a lot of traveling for her business; so naturally, she did a lot of flying. Flying made her extremely nervous, so she always took her Bible along with her to read since it helped relax her on the long flights. One time, she was sitting next to a man.
Contributed by Pat Cook on Jul 18, 2003
- Someone once said: A Bible in the hand is worth two in the bookcase.
- And someone else said: A Bible stored in the mind is worth a dozen stored in the bottom of one’s trunk.
- Here’s a pop quiz: Which of the following aren’t in the Bible? -Cleanliness is next to godliness - God helps those
Contributed by David Insell on Jul 29, 2003
I have always believed in the inspiration of the Holy Scriptures, whereby they have become the expression to man of the
Contributed by George Rennau on Aug 25, 2003
The political convention was in chaos. Each delegation wanted something different. Some favored states rights, others wanted a stronger central government. Larger states wanted greater representation, and small states wanted an equal voice.
Debate dragged on and on. Finally the committee
Contributed by George Rennau on Aug 25, 2003
John Jay was a delegate at that first continental congress. At a very young age JAY was one of the smartest and most respected lawyers in the colonies. You may have never heard of John Jay before, but in the early history of U.S. government, Jay was responsible for single handedly averting a war
Contributed by Steve Brown on Nov 11, 2003
A follower of the Wiccan sect once said, “If you take the Bible and put it out in the wind and the rain, soon the paper on which the words are printed will disintegrate and the words will be gone. Our bible IS the wind and the rain.”
Even after the words fade and the paper disintegrates the Word
Contributed by Charles Salmon on Jan 19, 2004
On a flight to a large city, I was able to tune in the tower on the radio as we were landing and overheard a flight controller telling a pilot to remain in a holding pattern because there was a plane coming in that needed to land immediately. The pilot replied that he thought he could land and
Contributed by Jason Cole on Mar 22, 2004
When England closed it’s Libyan Embassy Muammar Qaddafi became so angry that he ordered England to be removed from all maps in Libya. If you buy a map in that country today, that area will be represented by a new arm of the North Sea bordered by Scotland and Wales. Simply removing England from all
Contributed by Emile Wolfaardt on Jul 13, 2001
These truths are not new truths. There is no such thing as new truths. If it new it’s not true, and if its true, its not new. There is such a thing as freshly discovered truth, or freshly applied truth, or freshly revealed truth, but there is no such thing as new truth. That is why we receive
Contributed by Evie Megginson on Jul 19, 2001
A story is told in which an accountant answered an advertisement for a top job with a large firm. At the end of the interview, the chairman asked, “One last question—what is three times seven?”
The accountant thought for a moment and replied, “Twenty-two.”
Outside he checked himself on his
Contributed by Joey Nelson on Aug 6, 2001
For several years, controversy had centered on a strange monk from Wittenberg. Political and religious leaders felt that his teachings, which included salvation by grace through faith alone in Christ alone, might spark a rebellion. Accused of heresy, he stood trial on April 17, 1521. He never
Trying to destroy or defend the Word of God is like having two men push with toothpicks on opposite sides of the Rock of Gibraltar. While one is trying to push it over with his toothpick, the other is trying to hold it up