For the first time ever in our blog’s 10-year history, we feature a series co-written by me, Gary Shogren; and our long-time friend, Tod Hannigan. Tod will do the heavy lifting on the philosophical end. Sign up for this blog if you want to get announcements when they come out, and we will keep a... Continue Reading →
Why do Christian men and women get stuck in pornography?
What do we do with this? 68% of church-going men and over 50% of pastors view porn on a regular basis. Of young Christian adults 18-24 years old, 76% actively search for porn. 87% of Christian women have watched porn (at some time). The percentage of all women (Christian or not) who watch porn is... Continue Reading →
No Time for Bible Reading?
I just read through the prophet Habakkuk. It took 9 minutes to read aloud from beginning to end. I happen to know that you can read both 1 and 2 Thessalonians aloud in less than a half hour. Just did some work in Mark: it can be read aloud, beginning to end, in roughly 1... Continue Reading →
Did a NASA supercomputer prove the Bible?
NASA proved the Lost Day of Joshua, using a supercomputer! This story surfaces once in a while, and the internet only serves to give it more “credibility” by making it come at the reader from a hundred directions: So, what happened is, NASA scientists fed all the data of history into a big computer program, and... Continue Reading →
Is Bible memorization a good use of our time?
I just wrote a post in which I gave advice to a younger Christian, and I urged him to memorize Scripture. A reader questions the value of Bible memorization compared with other Bible activities. He says: I would say focus on reading comprehension and understanding what you are reading and ask questions whenever possible -... Continue Reading →