Have you ever stopped to consider the beauty of functional proteins in the cells of your body? This article offers some considerations on these molecular machines that keep the component cells of our bodies healthy, noting also their God-given beauty.
Did humans and chimpanzees descend from a common ancestor? This article considers certain scientific research that suggests this is so, and shows that while there are certain similarities in the chromosomes of each, there are big differences that cannot be accounted for. Ultimately the study of various gnomes has revealed how complicated everything is and how little we understand.
This article explains why religious neutrality in a country is ultimately harmful toward Christianity. It explains the development of religious pluralism, where now the disagreements over moral principles are much deeper than in the past.
Are you turned off from exploring the topic of DNA because of all the scientific jargon used? This article shows that the topic is of great interest, and is understandable once the jargon has been "de-coded." The author explains what a chromosome is, and introduces you to some of your own chromosomes. The detail and sophistication of a single human cell is so amazing that it incites us to praise the Creator of everything.
How do you go about teaching little children the Bible? This article offers an outline of a two-year Bible program geared to helping children become familiar with the names and narratives in the Bible and providing basic knowledge regarding how God wants them to live.
This article considers what the Roman Catholic Church teaches about several important points, and compares these with Scripture. It looks at authority, sola vs. solo, the doctrine of man, worship and Mary, and other points.
This article considers what it means to live a life of service in the various ages and stages of life. It first gives an overview of 1 Corinthians 12 and what it means to be the body of Christ. Then it examines Philippians 2, showing Christ as the great example of humble servanthood. Then it gives some practical examples of where servanthood is vital among God's people.
This article is about a collection of soft-bodied fossils from the Burgess Shale in British Columbia, and likened such fossils to an explosion; hence the name, "Cambrian Explosion." The article considers how such an explosion may have happened. It also considers the discovery of other soft-bodied fossils in the world, and how these complex animals leave evolutionits scratching their heads. It concludes by suggesting these animals were pre-flood, and suddenly buried when the flood came.
This article is about the remembrance of the unification of Reformed Churches from the First Secession (1834) and the Second Secession (1886). On June 17, 1892, the Synods of these two federations gathered in one, united session to form the Reformed Churches in the Netherlands.
How can we gain a true understanding of culture? At bottom, we need to have a knowledge of man in relation to God. Culture flows out of this. The article shows that the biblical story of creation, fall, redemption, and consummation sets the foundation for any discussion about Christianity and culture. It also discusses our possible options for cultural involvement.
This article gives a Christian perspective on economics. It offers some biblical principles on matters like stewardship, material wealth, and neighbourly love. It sets out to apply such principles to economic problems that we can face.