Monthly Archives: June 2016

One Christian Response to Evolution

I am not a scientist. Anyone who knows me knows that.  In college, I avoided science as much as possible on my way to getting degrees in non-science majors. That’s ok I guess. We all have our gifts. Understanding science … Continue reading

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That Word…

There are some words you can use that just cause problems. One of those words is the word evolution. In college I encountered the theory in some detail while working on a Master’s thesis about an obscure novelist named Samuel … Continue reading

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God’s Delight

My community lost one of its most interesting characters last year: concert pianist Marshall Butler. So many people knew him and he touched the lives of so many; I wish I could have known him better. He was a colleague … Continue reading

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Christianity and Science

Students of the Bible say the Bible is many things: the Bible is a book of history, it is a book of poetry, and it is a book of prophecy. It is a Book of testimony as the New Testament … Continue reading

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A Big Thank You…

I’m back! I want to give a special person a big thank you.  I knew for about two weeks I would be traveling to a locale where internet service was spotty at best and it was.  It was nice to … Continue reading

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What is the Bible to You?

As we conclude our discussion of “The Battle over the Bible” [Chapter 8} Pastor Hamilton finds a way to summarize this warfare between conservative interpreters and liberal interpreters. I wish he could find a way to make these warring sides … Continue reading

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