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Beliefs may be equally valid in that they are consciously held by sincere…

Beliefs may be equally valid in that they are consciously held by sincere…

FaithWriters.com-Christian Children - Praising God With Your Hands: A Fun Bible School Activity for Your Preschoolers for Psalm 63:4

FaithWriters.com-Christian Children - Praising God With Your Hands: A Fun Bible School Activity for Your Preschoolers for Psalm 63:4

"When we start our thinking with God’s Word, we see that the world is about 6,000 years old. When we rely on man’s fallible dating methods, we can get a confusing range of ages from a few thousand to billions of years, though the vast majority of methods do not give dates even close to billions. Cultures around the world give an age of the earth that confirms what the Bible teaches. Radiometric dates, on the other hand, have been shown to be wildly in error." Truly laughable article.

"When we start our thinking with God’s Word, we see that the world is about 6,000 years old. When we rely on man’s fallible dating methods, we can get a confusing range of ages from a few thousand to billions of years, though the vast majority of methods do not give dates even close to billions. Cultures around the world give an age of the earth that confirms what the Bible teaches. Radiometric dates, on the other hand, have been shown to be wildly in error." Truly laughable article.

Mientras el mundo gira....hasta que vuelvas...Ven Señor..!  …y sígueme… “Joven, yo te lo ordeno, levántate”  En el evangelio, el Señor realizó tres resurrecciones de forma visible y millares de forma invisible… Resucitó a la hij…

Mientras el mundo gira....hasta que vuelvas...Ven Señor..! …y sígueme… “Joven, yo te lo ordeno, levántate” En el evangelio, el Señor realizó tres resurrecciones de forma visible y millares de forma invisible… Resucitó a la hij…

Seven Reasons Why We Should Not Accept Millions of Years | Answers in Genesis

Seven Reasons Why We Should Not Accept Millions of Years | Answers in Genesis

There is more evidence for the Bible’s authenticity than for any literature of antiquity. Textual analysis begins with historical investigation, beginning with the latest documents and working backward. As evidence develops, the data is evaluated against other sources. The record is then checked for consistency of information, and the claims are analyzed as if it were a legal case, looking for credible testimony with cross-examination. There is an enormous amount of evidence for authenticity…

There is more evidence for the Bible’s authenticity than for any literature of antiquity. Textual analysis begins with historical investigation, beginning with the latest documents and working backward. As evidence develops, the data is evaluated against other sources. The record is then checked for consistency of information, and the claims are analyzed as if it were a legal case, looking for credible testimony with cross-examination. There is an enormous amount of evidence for authenticity…

The ankle bone of a crucified man excavated in a burial cave at Giv'at ha-Mivtar, northeast of Jerusalem, Israel - In 1968 building contractors working in a suburb north of Jerusalem accidentally uncovered a Jewish tomb dated to the first century after the death of Christ. Lying in a Jewish ossuary bearing the Hebrew inscription 'Jehohanan the son of HGQWL' were the skeletal remains of a man in his twenties, who had been crucified.

The ankle bone of a crucified man excavated in a burial cave at Giv'at ha-Mivtar, northeast of Jerusalem, Israel - In 1968 building contractors working in a suburb north of Jerusalem accidentally uncovered a Jewish tomb dated to the first century after the death of Christ. Lying in a Jewish ossuary bearing the Hebrew inscription 'Jehohanan the son of HGQWL' were the skeletal remains of a man in his twenties, who had been crucified.

A ministry worker on a college campus thinks teaching a “literal interpretation” prevents students from accepting the gospel. Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., shows why this is not the case.

A ministry worker on a college campus thinks teaching a “literal interpretation” prevents students from accepting the gospel. Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., shows why this is not the case.

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