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Q&A 1522 – Spontaneous Quantum Creation?

Written on April 20, 2018 at 12:58 pm

I’ve been reading an article by Stephen Hawking on his theory of the “Spontaneous Quantum Creation of the Universe,” as promoted in this article. I would love to hear your comments and a way of refuting this theory. I know you have a greater knowledge of science than I do, so I believe you are  Read More  

No Sign Will Be Given! Jesus: Playing Down the Miraculous

Written on April 18, 2018 at 12:54 am

(Adapted from chapter 21 of The Spirit.) Jesus deliberately played down the miraculous. Then why did he do so many miracles — if they weren’t really necessary? Now, we never said they weren’t necessary! For one, the word of God had to be brought to men, and we see the valuable role miracles played, both  Read More  

Holiness: “Even the tassels are holy,” by Graydon Stephenson

Written on April 16, 2018 at 3:00 pm

What is ‘holiness’? ‘Holiness’ is the state of being ‘holy’. The noun ‘holiness’ appears infrequently in the scriptures, but the adjective ‘holy’ appears often. Certain concepts are paired with ‘holiness’. A word does not always mean a single thing. It can vary each time the word is used. However,  the range of meanings are often within  Read More  

The Gospel of Prosperity, by Patrick Blair

Written on April 16, 2018 at 1:24 pm

The file is a chapter from an upcoming book by Patrick Blair. Click on Prosperity Gospel – Blair.

Millennials & the Degradation of Truth (Unboxed 2018)

Written on April 6, 2018 at 1:30 pm

This is my PowerPoint from the 2018 Unboxed Conference in Long Beach, California, 5-7 April 2018. Unboxed-Truth-1-2-1

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The tour "From Athens to Ephesus" was a dream come true. It was so excellently organized -- watching you lead was an absolute inspiration to me to become equally disciplined, so that I can do great things for God. In Corinth, Patmos, Laodicea, and all other other ancient sites, the Bible came alive like never before. This was a taste of heaven on earth, and created memories and friendships that will last a lifetime. In short, words fail me.

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