Contributed on Oct 3, 2010
Science recently found the 1st and smallest planet they think "might" have water and possible life. But their discovery’s weaknesses only highlight the uniqueness of the world God created for us. Why did God create our world, and what does that mean to us
OPEN: Back in London’s Hyde Park in the 1940’s, there was a “”Speaker’s Corner” where different people could speak in the open air. One of the regular speakers there was a Catholic author and publisher named Frank Sheed. On one particular day, Sheed had spoken on the beauty and majesty of God’s ...read more
Contributed on Oct 10, 2010
Why couldn’t the Law of God make us acceptable to God? And if it couldn’t save me, what could?
OPEN: The following is a list of police comments that reportedly were taken from actual police car videos where police arrested various law-breakers: 1. One officer told a man who was complaining about how tight the handcuffs were by saying: "Relax; the handcuffs are tight because they’re new. ...read more
Contributed on Oct 18, 2010
Romans teaches us that we are "justified by faith" rather than by works. But shouldn’t holy people do holy things? And don’t good deeds please God? So, why wouldn’t good works justify us before God?
OPEN: Comedian Ken Davis tells of the time he gave a speech in his college class. The title of his talk was, "The Law of the Pendulum." For 20 minutes he carefully explained the principle that governs a swinging pendulum. The law of the pendulum is: A pendulum can never return to a point ...read more
Contributed on Oct 31, 2010
One preacher decided not to baptize one young girl on October 31st because he didn’t want her to associate her baptism with Halloween - a season of death. Was he right?
OPEN: One of the boys in a Sunday School teacher’s class proudly announced to his teacher that he was being baptized the next Sunday. She told him that was really great, and he told her he was going to take his swim goggles. She was curious about why the youngster would want to wear his ...read more