Reading Time: 3 minutes Let’s continue our critique of 13 prophecies from Hugh Ross of the Reasons to Believe ministry: the land of Edom will be barren, deaths of sons predicted 5 centuries before, and Elijah’s fiery exit
Reading Time: 5 minutes U.S. Christian evangelicals don’t view Joe Biden’s government childcare plan as a benefit for kids but a forfeiture of parental rights and faith values.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Let’s continue our critique of 13 prophecies from Hugh Ross of the Reasons to Believe ministry. This time, it’s the prophesied locations of Jerusalem’s suburbs and the conquest of Israel.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Let’s continue our critique of 13 prophecies from Hugh Ross of the Reasons to Believe ministry and look at crucifixion in the Old Testament, Cyrus, and the destruction of Babylon.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Lots of sources brag about the hundreds or even thousands of “fulfilled prophecies” in the Bible. They are a key component supporting the truth of the Christian claim, but where’s the evidence? Let’s look at 13 specific prophecy claims to see how well they hold up.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Men depicted in age-old paintings and sculptures are often, to modern sensibilities, spectacularly under-endowed penis-wise. There are reasons.
Reading Time: 3 minutes A lot of religious men today still believe their holy books authorize men to denigrate women. They’re wrong. In biblical times, women held church authority.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The U.S. Supreme Court has long rejected teaching creationism within science courses but has gained three new Christian true believers. Evangelicals notice.
Reading Time: 3 minutes It doesn’t logically follow that an all-powerful universal divinity that supposedly condemns abortion would then allow billions of them throughout history.
Reading Time: 4 minutes U.S. evangelical Christians have acquired vast political power since the 1980s, while “nones” are now just getting started — but “nones’ have momentum.