It’s becoming the norm to pretend that men can become women and vice versa. And some are up for pretending white can become black and vice versa. So who can we expose this for the silliness that it is? Well… keep going further, as Mark Spence does below. You can watch the 20 minute version of this video on YouTube by clicking the title above.
This. We mustn’t despair at the state of the world; we must seize the opportunity God’s placed in front of us.
When ancient Vikings didn’t know the natural laws and forces at work that produced lighting they offered Thor, a god of thunder, as an explanation. Evolutionists say Christians are doing the same for how the universe and life came to be – we only credit it to God because we are ignorant. But someday, the evolutionists say, we’ll figure out a way to explain the universe’s origins and life’s beginning without reference to any god. Evolutionists equate “God as an explanation” as simply a way to fill in gaps in our knowledge – this is the “god of the gaps” accusation. And, they say, the gaps we need a god to explain away are always shrinking as our knowledge grows.
But it’s not ignorance that has us pointing to God, but wonder. And as this article explains, it’s actually evolutionists who most invoke their deity – in this case almighty “evolution” – when they have no explanation.
John Stonestreet writes: “Pastors need to prepare their congregations to join believers throughout the centuries who were labeled ‘controversial.’ ….I’m not suggesting we should go looking for trouble. I am suggesting that, in this case, the trouble has come to us.”
Despite the seemingly weighty topic matter, this is a quick read. I don’t know if I’d list Plato as high on my list, but I appreciated the author’s reasoning. I also appreciated being introduced to a couple of big bad philosophers (the last two) that I wasn’t familiar with.
As the World Cup begins, here’s the story of a Christian boy who in Egypt who would love to play for his national team… but who has to be brave just to try out for his local club. This 7 minute video highlights the persecution Christians have faced in Egypt, but does so in a way that is age-appropriate for even elementary students.