by on September 10, 2021
By Jay Zeke Malakai Originally posted on Bible-Brain We all know that we're saved by grace, through faith, not by works, but do you ever stop to think about exactly what that means? The very next verse tells us that we are created in Christ for good works, which God prepared ahead of time that we should walk in them. ...
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By Lindsay Harold posted on facebook 9/1/18 Most people today discount the early chapters of Genesis as myth. One aspect of that dismissal is that they do not believe humans ever lived more than 900 years. Even many Christians often disbelieve the chronogenealogies of Genesis 5 and 11 or dismiss them as meaning something other than a straightforward reading. However, I think the evidence indicates that these genealogies were meant as written. I see several indications in the text and in hi...
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by on September 2, 2021
By Jay Zeke Malakai Originally posted on Bible-Brain Evolution did not sneak up on the Church. It has been aggressively banging on our door for 2,000 years, and even before Christianity, Jews faced similar mythology. Pagans like Greek philosopher Anaximander (610–546 B.C.) taught that human beings originally resembled fish. Democritus (460–370 B.C.) believed that human beings originally spoke unintelligibly, however "gradually they articulated words." Epicurus (341 - 270 B.C.) taught that ...
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By Jay Zeke Malakai Originally posted on Bible-Brain It's all too easy to brush aliens off as imaginary hogwash. Just another strange fantasy made up by men. Nevertheless, many people in this world believe in aliens, even to the point of forming religious views around them. Therefore, as Christians, we can't afford to just brush them off like they're nothing. It's an issue that we really need to figure out how to deal with. ...
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by on September 2, 2021
By Jay Zeke Malakai Originally posted on Bible-Brain Genesis is a very beautiful book describing, as its name suggests, the beginnings of all theologically relevant things. The very first chapter alone has a lot to teach us. Things that you would never come up with if you're not looking for them. ...
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