Monthly Archives: February 2016

Looking for Those Bible Answers

This has been one of those books. You know, one of those books that are hard to study but you know you need to. Let’s pause a moment and consider the title…Know Why You Believe.  Let’s consider the book and … Continue reading

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Evidence for Jesus’ Miracles

Are there any reliable records for miracles in the Bible? Well that depends on what you call reliable. It depends on what you regard as evidence.  It depends on whether you are inclined to believe God’s Word or not. Skeptics … Continue reading

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Characteristics of Jesus’ Miracles…

Paul Little writes about the contrast between the miracles of the pagan soothsayers and Jesus: “[Jesus’ miracles] were never capricious or fantastic.  They were not scattered helter-skelter through the record without rhyme or reason.  There was always clear order and … Continue reading

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Why Not Now?

An unbeliever says to you: “If God performed miracles then, why won’t He perform them now?  If I could only see a miracle, I would believe in God?” I say to the unbeliever, maybe He does. I am going to … Continue reading

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Holding Out for a Miracle

A recent survey from the Pew Forum on Religion shows that a vast majority of Americans, nearly 80%, believe in miracles. The results are from a wider study, “Religion Among the Millennials.”  [A millennial is defined as someone born in … Continue reading

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The Basic Christian Worldview…

This week we are discussing whether or not miracles are possible. Oftentimes it seems easiest to think of ideas like this in dichotomies. You either believe in miracles or you don’t believe in miracles. Beneath the belief or unbelief is … Continue reading

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The Stone The Builders Rejected…Psalms 118: 22

Today I am going to wrap up my week posting on the chapter of Paul Little’s book “Does Archaeology Help?” It has been a challenge. I have always been interested in history and somewhat interested in archaeology but as I … Continue reading

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