In this issue . . .
A: Many people call themselves Christians, but their words and actions are grossly unchristian. Such contradictions stain the name Christian as people look and say, “That’s a Christian? Well then, I don’t want to be a Christian.” Obviously such behaviors reveal that these people—who claim to be Christians and yet promote open sin—deny the Bible as the authority in their lives.
By definition a Christian is a repentant believer in Jesus Christ—the Son of God who came in the flesh, died, and was resurrected. The Bible speaks extensively about the subsequent lifestyle of believers—what it calls fruit. Walking in the fruit of the Spirit is often a telltale sign that people are living out their Christian lives as a tribute to the Lord who redeemed them from sin and death.
Only God is the ultimate judge of someone’s heart. But read the rest of the article to find out our responsibility to those who claim to be Christians but do things that are not Christ-like.
When we find it hard to grow in Christ, it is time to search our hearts for idolatry. Brad Bigney uses personal examples to show how to recognize hidden idols and root them out forever.
Evolution through the Eye of the Beholder: Peacock secrets revealed: Do you ever wonder what is in the pea-brain of a peahen when a fancy peacock shows off? That question remains a mystery, but eye-tracking technology has revealed what part of a peacock gets a lady-bird’s attention.
Monogamy: Is it rooted in an evolutionary past? A recent study suggests a variety of reasons monogamy came to be. But the researchers fail to consider God’s Word and instead turn to evolutionary explanations.
Are We One of Many, or Did God Design the Universe with Physics That Actually Works? Our world and our universe seem remarkably fine-tuned. But, in fact, they are too fine-tuned, many physicists now think, reminding them of an uncomfortable truth.
What Really Happened to the Dinosaurs?
This week Dr. Terry Mortenson joins Steve Ham to explore the question, Why is the age of the earth important?
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