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  In Defense of the Faith
Did God Create Evil?
Part 2: An Awkward Truce of Disparate Truths
February 27, 2018 - In Defense of the Faith
In the first part of this article, we noted that God has created everything. Nothing exists without Him. This position is clearly supported in the Scriptures just as the case for His omnibenevolent, omniscient, and omnipotent nature is also supported. These are matters which are beyond question if one studies the Scriptures responsibly.
Did God Create Evil?
Part 1: An Apparent Contradiction of Logic
February 20, 2018 - In Defense of the Faith
An unsettling question may arise when one ponders the implications of John 1:3 which states, “All things came into being through Him, and apart from Him nothing came into being that has come into being.” 
Looking for a Future God-Man
February 09, 2018 - In Defense of the Faith
The world is looking for a future god-man. It wants to beat death. Can science eventually make this realization possible? Should we place our faith in scientists?
The Basics of Apostasy
February 06, 2018 - In Defense of the Faith
Given my fascination with issues pertaining to the end times, I often find myself considering the matter of “apostasy.” It’s an inevitable theme that crops up within a comprehensive assessment of the prophetic Scriptures.
The Tin Foil Hat Brigade
February 05, 2018 - In Defense of the Faith
You know who you are. You are the person other people tip toe around when it comes to discussing current events or religion. You are the person who can spend hours devouring scripture or news with equal vigor, pointing out ‘last days’ events to anyone who would listen to you. You are semi-shunned at church. You are disinvited from church socials, because you are just too intense and narrow-minded. You are called a ‘conspiracy theorist’ or a ‘Jesus Freak’ behind your back. You are always going on about the Lord’s return and that “Rapture thingy”.  Admit it. You are one of them, one of those “prophecy nuts”.
In the Beginning
February 01, 2018 - In Defense of the Faith
Mesopotamia. Remember that? The Cradle of Civilization. The Fertile Crescent.
People of the Son
January 29, 2018 - In Defense of the Faith
I was heading into work one morning and I began to think about the Mel Gibson movie, Apocalypto. Not sure why exactly that movie popped into my head, but I have watched it several times. If you have not seen it, I will not spoil it for you, but the theme (at least to me) was about regime change and a family’s way of life coming to an abrupt end. Although the movie dealt with the Mayan’s, it got me thinking about a contemporary of theirs, the Aztecs. They were known as the people of the sun because they violently worshipped the sun-god Huitzilopochtli through bloody, ritualistic human sacrifice. 
Why Does the Church Need Eschatology?
January 19, 2018 - In Defense of the Faith
Why does the Church need Eschatology? This question was posed in a recent article by Michael Vlach from The master's Seminary. I'll be riding on his coat tails for much of this column, and adding my own thoughts to his. In other words I'm stealing his ideas. 
Nothing at All
January 10, 2018 - In Defense of the Faith
I’m thinking that it hasn’t escaped most of you that I kind of groove on apologetics. Guilty as charged. I have probably 300 books on apologetics on a dedicated bookshelf. And probably a couple dozen more scattered around the house and in my car where I’ve forgotten where I left them. But truth be told? Sometimes all you really need is a few simple words. 
Celebrating the Original Overcomer
December 13, 2017 - In Defense of the Faith
A member of a different church than I go to has posted, for the rest of us, a cautionary warning as we prepare to celebrate the birth of the Savior.  In short, we shouldn’t. I can’t quite agree with her, as the Savior that we worship at Christmas set the standard we need to follow.
The Lost Honor of John Nelson Darby
December 01, 2017 - In Defense of the Faith
My title "The lost honor of John Nelson Darby" was inspired from a British T.V. drama called, "The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies." It was based on a true account. Unlike Darby's story, that drama had nothing to with Bible prophecy.
George Washington, The Flag and The Almighty
November 02, 2017 - In Defense of the Faith
It is reported that a church in Virginia, founded and attended by President George Washington, will remove a plaque that honors him, our very first President. Why would they do that, you might ask? Why would a church of today’s enlightened era of inclusion of all and everything suddenly exclude the Founding Father and winner of the Revolutionary War? Risking his own life and the lives of others, he broke the bonds of a religiously, obsessive England. My, how things change. Belief in the God of Abraham is shared by only a minority there now.
Church on Fire
October 25, 2017 - In Defense of the Faith
Today’s passage is Psalm 13, which commands all servants of the Lord (that should include everybody reading this today) to bless the Lord. But what does that really mean? We say “bless you” when someone sneezes. When we say that we “blessed a fellow Christian” it often involves an exchange of cash. But exactly how do you bless the Lord? It’s a command, right? Shouldn’t we know?
The Rocket’s Red Glare
October 19, 2017 - In Defense of the Faith
And the rockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air, Gave proof thro' the night that our flag was still there.
How the Creator God Plays Craps
October 18, 2017 - In Defense of the Faith
Neils Bohr and Albert Einstein, in the 1920s, held regular debates regarding the nature of our universe, specifically whether our reality was made up of particles (which had one constant role to play) or waves (which could have more than one function). The debates  were wildly popular (think 1935 version of the Super Bowl. Yeah, it was a different era).  Today that issues been settled, and it turns out that only one answer left anyone to care.
Human Nature and Imminent Rapture Problems
October 06, 2017 - In Defense of the Faith
Human nature and imminent Rapture problems: is the expectation of Christ's imminent return to rapture the church an incentive for holy living? Some think it isn't. What about other alleged problems?
The ‘Church of Christ’ in the Last Days
October 02, 2017 - In Defense of the Faith
Chances are, if you belong to a Church of Christ (non-instrumental), you probably wouldn’t be reading the Omega Letter in the first place.  But, I have met enough people along the way who were or know people who are that I thought this warranted writing.
One More Bubble Burst…
September 13, 2017 - In Defense of the Faith
Ever wonder why our physicists seem so anxious to find evidence of other life? Always searching the cosmos for other earth-like hospitable planets?  Ostensibly it’s because, with global  warming, we’re all looking at needing to make a move sometime soon. Really it’s because one planet with intelligent life smacks of an omnipotent Creator.  A bunch, in their view, shows it’s just mother nature.
A Battle for Truth and Holiness
September 08, 2017 - In Defense of the Faith
From its inception the church has been in a Battle for Truth and Holiness. I'm no historian but I haven't found too many accounts where the church coasted along smoothly. Most of the great Puritan works were born under tribulations. Often these adversities came from other professing Christians dividing over doctrines.  
Pretribulation Teaches Two Gospels...
August 25, 2017 - In Defense of the Faith
Pretribulationism teaches two gospels. It also fails to prepare one for tribulation. These tenacious claims refuse to go away. I've come to the conclusion that some critics desperately want to believe them.  
A Multiplicity of Errors
August 23, 2017 - In Defense of the Faith
If you’ve been to a theater over the last ten years you’ve no doubt been introduced to the concept of multiple (parallel) universes, all the rage in science fiction since first proposed by Erwin Schrodinger while I was still in diapers. They’ve been all the rage in cosmologists as well.  Particularly one named Brian Greene.
The Beast that is Anti-Semitism
August 18, 2017 - In Defense of the Faith
Racism can be like an incurable spreading cancer. It will eventually kill the body it invades. It's a Beast which has consumed White Supremacists, Neo Nazis and other groups. But racism doesn't always wear white hoods and cloaks. Its tentacles reach a much broader base.
Apoceclipse Now
August 16, 2017 - In Defense of the Faith
Eclipse mania in the U.S., for the first time in 99 years, most Americans are within striking distance of areas that will witness a total eclipse. What is not, unfortunately, rare is the simultaneous emergence of the doom and gloom prophets eager to proclaim that this eclipse, for sure, is a sign of the apocalypse. A sure sign of an imminent onset of the Tribulation.
Kept from the Hour of Trial
August 11, 2017 - In Defense of the Faith
Some time ago I saw an individual's anti-pretrib comments on various social media platforms. He wasn't just part of the usual anti-pretrib police. This man was promoting his new book, claiming to expose the fallacious pretrib rapture. I finally bit and downloaded the Kindle edition. 
Were the Reformers Right about Justification?
July 21, 2017 - In Defense of the Faith
Were the Reformers right about Justification? Some are questioning this doctrine. And there's a lot of confusion.
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