Top Three Goals of Michigan Creation Research 1). Create curriculums on apologetics for Bible colleges:Writing syllabuses for Bible colleges would allow MCR to accomplish one of the purposes of starting MCR: to educate people on how to accurately defend the faith from scoffer. The syllabuses would include teachings on the Biblical account of creation, the … More Top Three Goals of Michigan Creation Research
Mishipeshu !). Names A). Various Names 1). Mishipizhiw 2). Mishipeshu 3). Mishibizhii 4). Mitchipissy 5). Great Lynx B). Etymology 1). Ojibwa for “Great lynx” II). Description A). Serpentine, horned, saw-toothed back. Sometimes characterized as female. III). Habitat A). Lake Superior, Lake Nipigon IV). Giant Serpents Accompanied A). The Serpents were called Chignebikoog B). The snakes … More Mishipeshu
Refusal: Jesus is not Deity but an incredible and moral man. Argument: Is Jesus God? Defense: Since we can both meet at the conclusion that Jesus was indeed a real man. Archaeological evidence of the existence of the man Jesus is undeniable; but you claim that He is just a man, not God. We read … More Was Jesus God?
We as Christians know that the Bible is the infallible Word of God. In essence, the Holy Bible is perfect; however, when man attempts to combine worldly philosophies with the inerrant Scriptures, many fallacies and problems occur. Such a fallacy is the alleged “curse of Ham.” When slavery was pre-eminent in the world, many religious … More The Curse of Ham
Many Christians, regarding apologetics, do not know how to defend their stance on the origins of the universe. They are unequipped to defend the Christian faith and do a poor job at defending the Genesis account of creation. The greatest threat to the Genesis account today is the prominent theory of evolution. In itself, this … More Logical Fallacies in the Theory of Evolution
The Creation account in Genesis is one of the most familiar accounts in the Scriptures, yet so many people get different parts of the account incorrect. For example, people try to combine the creation account with the secular theory of Evolution. Others try to tell that Adam and Eve were figurative people and did not … More Was The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil an Apple Tree?
Throughout debates with many different religions, one question many theological students ask: “What is apologetics? And why is it so important to Christians?” This question, although not asked out loud, is quite real in the thoughts of students. They wonder why is it so important for Christians to defend the faith and why it is … More What Is Apologetics? And Why Is It SO Important?
“God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him” These three sentences penned by German philosopher Friedrich Nietzche have become very prominent in our non-religious community today. The phrase itself derives its philosophical meaning that the humanistic teachings of today’s society has killed God and defeated any possible way of His existence. Although … More Is God Dead?
An epidemic has hit the churches of America: nearly 61% of teens are statistically leaving the church by their mid-twenties. It is as if an invisible threat is attacking and winning against the church teens in America. Many people have tried to put their “thumb” on the problem and solve it, but nobody seems to … More The Invisible Threat of the Church Youth
Many Christians, regarding apologetics, do not know how to defend their stance on the origins of the universe. They are unequipped to defend the Christian faith and do a poor job at defending the Genesis account of creation. The greatest threat to the Genesis account today is the prominent theory of evolution. In itself, this … More Logical and Scientific Flaws in the Theory of Evolution