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understanding our time  // Posts tagged as "understanding our time"

03 Nov Posted by in Commentary | 1 comment

God’s Politics

God’s Politics

Christianity sees government as a divinely ordained institution. Jesus Christ taught that we are to “render unto Caesar [the civil magistrate] the things which are Caesar’s” (Matthew 22:21). Governing authorities are considered to be God’s ministers of justice; therefore they are to be properly honored (Romans 13:7). “Everyone must submit to the governing authorities for […]

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20 Oct Posted by in Commentary | 2 comments

Why Secularism Produces Psychological Chaos

Why Secularism Produces Psychological Chaos

Psychology is the study of the human soul (Greek: psyche). The Christian worldview reveals very important insights into the true nature of man’s innermost being. It is only the Christian view of man’s soul that fully addresses the real psychological problems man faces and provides the real solutions for man’s need. Christianity assumes that each […]

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12 Oct Posted by in Commentary | 2 comments

Biology: How Your DNA Points to a Creator

Biology: How Your DNA Points to a Creator

Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear. Hebrews 11:3 The issue of biology is perhaps the most controversial of our time. It is arguably the most important subject because it attacks the very foundations […]

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04 Oct Posted by in Commentary | Comments

Ethics: How do we determine what’s right and what’s wrong?

Ethics: How do we determine what’s right and what’s wrong?

Understanding Our Time Lesson Three: Ethics “Therefore, whatever you want others to do for you, so also to them-this is the Law and the Prophets.” - Matthew 7:12 Ethics are derived by applying a person’s theological or philosophical assumptions to the question of what’s right or wrong. The point of this lesson is to see […]

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