It is popular today to say that the day in Genesis 1 (1:1 – 2:4) can mean an indefinite period of time. But what do you find if you do a word study of this Hebrew word for day? Continue reading
Three times in the New Testament the “beginning of creation” is mentioned in our English Bibles (Mark 10:6, Mark 13:9 and 2 Peter 3:4). What does this phrase mean? Does the New Testament use the word “creation” in the same way that we use it today? Continue reading
The fact of the resurrection of Jesus is central to Christianity. Our faith stands or falls on the resurrection. If Christ has not been raised then our faith is worthless and we are still in our sins.
The resurrection of Jesus is also what makes Christianity different from all of the other major religions in the world. Only Christianity claims that its leader actually came back to life.
So let’s look at the evidence for the resurrection and then reflect on the implications.
The Bible is central to the Christian faith. So much so, that Christians in some parts of the world are known as “people of the book”. But for the serious thinker this raises some questions. Continue reading