Author: Robert Alan King

Living Together is Not Marriage in the Bible

In contemporary times, many have chosen to live together rather than marry. In fact, they often feel it is the same thing as marriage, but it is not. Various government institutions now even legally designate such a relationship as a form of marriage after a couple has lived together for a specific period of time. Many years ago my stepfather asked a couple living together when they were going to get married. One of them, who claims to be a Christian, responded, “When it’s God’s will.” One thing is certain: It is not God’s will that two people live...

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God the Creator and the Fallacy of Mankind’s Evolution

The Bible asserts that God created mankind from the dust of the earth in a separate act of creation than that of the animals. The refutes the theory of evolution of mankind from a lower life form. Most evolutionists, on the other hand, insist that mankind did evolve in this manner and that God does not exist. This article will explain the rationale behind the existence of God based on the failure of evolutionary theory to produce any substantial evidence for its primary premise that mankind evolved from a lower life form. It will also offer DNA related argumentation...

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Does God Really Dwell Outside of Time?

Contrary to a common teaching among Christians, God does not dwell outside of time. Never has, never will. There is nothing biblical to support such a teaching. In fact, the idea of divine consciousness coupled with eternity itself necessitates the passing of time, as does any point of reference to a specific thought, motion, action, or change. There always has been, is now, and will always be a past, a present and a future, even within the concept of eternity, regardless of whether or not such passing of time is consciously reckoned or not. It will still be so...

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Bridging the Generation Gap Between Christian Teens and Parents

Most of us that have had teen children are aware of the generation gap that comes into play between teens and adults. We know about this because we experienced it in our own life when we were teens. The generation gap between teens and adults comprises a difference in values, behavior, socialization, relationships, communication, appearance, etc. Grunlan correctly notes that the teenage stage usually involves turmoil and problems between the teen and the parents (227). A failure to deal with the generation gap can lead to the isolation of teens from parental wisdom and guidance as they instead drift...

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Bible Verse of the Day

But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.

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