Two of my favorite interviewers are Gonzo Shimura and Basil Rosewater. Their show, Canary Cry Radio, is both humorous and deep. These cool guys deal with some of the most intriguing “fringe” issues on the minds of Christian apologists today.
Co-author Gray Huffman and I enjoy being interviewed by these “two guys with a mic” discussing our book, The Revealing, whose depth and topics caught them somewhat by surprise. There is a lot to talk about and there are quite a few moments of humor along the way.
Are you curious about what our life might be life after we die? Do you believe we will have eternal life in the presence of God and the ones we love? Why do we want to live forever? Gary Huffman and I address these issues and many more in the book, THE REVEALING.
About ten days ago, Gary and I had the privilege to be with Tony on his show, A Minute to Midnight. We had a very energetic and informative discussion. I invite you to listen to the one hour interview. Our discussion got into some engaging discussion … Read More
The prophetic scenario for the last days is generally built around several key issues. Certainly, one of those issues is whether Bible prophecy comprises predictions concerning future events or simply proclamations illustrating spiritual truths.
In some cases, the former sends us into unwarranted speculation while the latter may drive us into contemplative introspection, sometimes bordering on being self-absorbed. We must find a balance. The passionate inwardness that Kierkegaard identified as true faith must be balanced with the doing of social good as an expression of works of faith extolled by James. (James 2:20)
THE DEATH OF CHRIST GUARANTEES OUR GLORY AND THE RESTORATION OF THE CREATION
Christians reject the notion the creation is evil. Instead, we believe an originally good creation was cursed because our sin (originating from humans and not God) altered what was initially made good. Ultimately, both ‘the sinner’ and the creation are slated for full redemption by the Creator. In other words, the death of Jesus did more than pay the penalty for humankind’s sin; it legally set the creation free to be made right again once Christ returns in glory.
These things comprise Paul’s argument in … Read More
A short version of this article appeared this month in the Prophecy in the News Magazine. This is the longer version. Hope you enjoy learning about the incarnation, the debate over “how God could become a man,” and how the various formulations were at fault for the great schisms in the Church.
CHRISTMAS, THE INCARNATION, AND THE CHALCEDONIAN CREED
“Therefore, the Lord Himself will give you a sign: Behold, a virgin will be with child and bear a son, and she will call His name Immanuel” (Isaiah 7:14)
The True Meaning of Christmas Divided Christianity 1,500 Years Ago