Is belief in God essential to morality?
Podcast: Download (Duration: 6:02 — 5.5MB) No, “God helps those who help themselves” is not in the Bible. That saying was written by Algernon Sydney in 1698 in an article titled “Discourses Concerning Government.” One could make the case that the idea of God only helping people who help themselves is contrary to the fundamental […]
One of the problems in America is that while people believe in God, their convictions are no deeper than the roots of Jonah’s gourd.
The Bible records numerous examples of the wrath of man exercised against God and his people. Time after time, wrath results not in the triumph of man over God, but in the praise of God as almighty and all-knowing.
Put yourself on a desert island, swim to the deepest recesses of the sea, fly to the outer rim of the galaxy, and you will still have to contend with the foe within.
Facebook, like anything else, can be a tool for God or for the devil. We are the ones who make that determination.
People are eating ashes. Ashes of pleasure, ashes of secularism, ashes of materialism, ashes of godlessness.
Information is different from knowledge, and it has nothing at all to do with wisdom.
Judgment is inevitable. The entire history of the world comes down to one moment.
The government’s attitude towards debtors has improved, without a doubt, but it still falls short of the mercy of God.