Is the resurrection of Jesus Christ fact or fiction? Have you ever thought that the idea of a man rising from the dead is hard to believe?
Resurrection (Fact or Fiction) by Dr. Walp dissects evidence provided by atheists, which make the seemingly impossible, simply improbable. Nothing in our scientific, historical, or rational grasp leads us to accept such a story, and it is foolish to believe…unless it’s true.
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The headlines are clear; the world is a mess.
Most people around the world are concerned with wars, rumors of wars, and apocalyptic-like droughts, diseases, and disasters. We have a lot to do to help many in need while spreading the gospel to a dying world.
Despite these disturbing realities, many within Christendom argue over the unessential. Calvinism versus Arminianism is one such persistent and contentious position. While the issue has some relevance, it should never cause dissension among the Bride of Christ.
This simplistic cross-examination of Romans Nine, the scripture many call the core of Calvinism, demonstrates the answer may not be "either/or," but both. No matter which way you pull, my prayer is that the struggle only serves to strengthen the knot, the bond of Jesus Christ that makes us a family.
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Science is finally catching up with the Bible...
Dr. Walp spent his early adult years as a police detective. During those years, Walp’s investigative motivation was understanding truth from an empirical standpoint, not conjecture or a “gut feeling.” Question Everything delves into controversial topics within the scientific world concerning creationism: God or nature, radiometric dating methods, quantum physics, dark energy/mass, String Theory, cosmology, Epigenetics, fossils, and others.
Walp dismisses individual perceptions and, like the detective he once was, dissects and analyzes theoretical science to determine fact from theory. A crowd can point at a suspect and say, “He did it,” but the detective has to prove it. Walp encourages readers to think, not what to think.
“Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason, than that of blindfolded fear.” Thomas Jefferson
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