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Climate change & greenhouse gases

God has promised that seasons will continue until Judgment Day, the day Jesus returns. Genesis 8:22 says, “As long as the earth endures, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night will never cease.”  On the other hand, some scientists believe that greenhouse gases are causing the Earth to increase in [&hellip

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New climate report–not dire

The United Nations established the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in 1988. They have published their latest report in August, the IPCC Climate Assessment Report 6. Climatologist Dr. Pat Michaels said the report and its conclusions were “mired in the atmosphere of unreality.” “The U.N. has been pushing the climate story since 1988 – [&hellip

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Climate predictions that failed

The topic of climate change is everywhere–news, blogs, TV shows, commercials, etc. In the last blog we examined Scripture and climate. God has promised that seasons will continue until Judgment Day, the day Jesus returns. Genesis 8:22 says, “As long as the earth endures, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and [&hellip

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Climate Change: A Biblical Perspective

Every day we hear a commercial, TV program, or podcast that warns of the inevitable climate crisis. The message basically says we need to change our ways before we warm the planet and make it uninhabitable. But are these claims true? There are climatologists who say no–the data does not support this conclusion. What are [&hellip

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The Plot to Change America

Mike Gonzalez’s book, The Plot to Change America, exposes the myths that help identity politics perpetuate itself. The book explains what has really happened, explains why it is urgent to change course, and offers a strategy to do so. The key to understanding our culture today is the desire to change all social norms. Gonzalez [&hellip

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Identity in Christ: Imitation

Our culture’s narrative focuses on identity: with which race, class, or gender do you identify? For Christians, our identity is grounded in Christ. Even as all humans are creations of God, Christians are born again (or born from above in Greek) by the Holy Spirit (John 3: 3). Because we are now children of God, [&hellip

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Identity in Christ: Perspective

In our divisive culture today, one’s identity either joins or separates us from others. The culture focuses on race, class, or gender. For Christians, our identity is grounded in Christ. Even as all humans are creations of God, Christians are born again (or born from above in Greek) by the Holy Spirit (John 3: 3). [&hellip

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Identity in Christ: Peace

In our divisive culture today, one’s identity either joins or separates us from others. The culture focuses on race, class, or gender. For Christians, our identity is grounded in Christ. Even as all humans are creations of God, Christians are born again (or born from above in Greek) by the Holy Spirit (John 3: 3). [&hellip

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Identity in Christ: Inclusion

Our culture’s narrative focuses on identity: with which race, class, or gender do you identify? For Christians, our identity is grounded in Christ. Even as all humans are creations of God, Christians are born again (or born from above in Greek) by the Holy Spirit (John 3: 3). Because we are now children of God, [&hellip

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Success (Part 2)

This second blog on success address the question why everyone is not successful in life. Is it due to individual effort (or lack thereof) or systems that are designed to favor only a few?  Dr. Thomas Sowell, economics professor and Senior Fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution, explained this in his book Discrimination and Disparities.  Sowell noted [&hellip

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