In this issue . . .
A: Some claim that Jesus did not think He was Messiah, the Son of God. Others question why Jesus often commanded people not to tell others about His true identity.
When we step back and look at the gospel message in its entirety, we discover that Jesus had absolutely no intention of stifling His nature or His ultimate message. Jesus confronted many people with the truth of His mission and invited them to come to Him in repentance and faith. He carefully presented His identity to make the most of the growing opposition against Him by the religious elite. At the right time, this animosity would crystalize in the death of Jesus as He bore our sin on the Cross.
What some call the “Messianic Secret” of Jesus was really no secret at all. Rather, it was the loving action of our God incarnate, wisely extending the impact and reach of His earthly ministry. We see a generous God delicately doing things at the right time for maximum impact.
Read the whole article to consider how untimely Messianic expectations contributed to people’s confusion, and how Jesus fully accomplished everything God the Father expected of Him.
In these two DVDs, Steve Ham exposes modern beliefs about who Jesus was—and is. Is the church today following the Jesus of the Bible, or one a Jesus man's own making?
Shard Shows Written Language at Jerusalem When David Ruled: Recent archaeological evidence again confirms that the Bible’s history is true. A literary inscription on a clay pot indicates that someone was writing in the region by the time David ruled from Jerusalem.
Circular Reasoning Surrounds Human Origins, but Even a Broken Clock Is Right Twice a Day: Geneticists hope their recent genomic discoveries will be useful in mapping the geographical history of humanity’s spread over the earth.
Were Birdbrains on the Dinosaur Pre-flight Checklist for Evolution? Evolutionists say birds evolved from dinosaurs with flight-ready brains. But birds did not have to evolve big brains but only to use the ones God gave them.
This week Steve Ham leads a panel discussion of the new film Evolution vs. God. Recorded at the recent Mega Conference, the panel consists of Ray Comfort, Todd Friel, and Ken Ham.
With some fun thrown in along the way, this behind-the-scenes conversation discusses the movie’s interviews with college students and professors on secular college campuses regarding their reasons for believing in evolution.
This Week . . .
Thank God for the signing of a formal construction contract for the building of the Ark Encounter.
Please pray for design team as they plan the many exhibits that will go inside the Ark and on the grounds.
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