Our understanding of ourselves and our place is nature is rooted in our understanding of origins, according to our guest, Dr. Tim Standish. He discusses that while there is a tension, there is also an agreement that exists between the very best of science and the claims of scripture.
While ancient philosophies differed in their ideas of origins, none offered any real hope for the future. Dr. Standish reveals one common belief amongst them. Find out how our understanding of origins informs our understanding of what happens in the future.
Scientist Dr. Tim Standish joins Pastor Holland in seeking to answer the question, “Where are we from?” Recognizing the tension between his Christian insights and his scientific observations, Dr. Standish begins this series by addressing ancient Indian and Greek philosophies.
Our guest, Dr. Neil Nedley, reveals that most heart disease, cancer, diabetes, alcoholism, homicide, and many other diseases and distresses have one common cause. Discover what that is and practical tips for how you can overcome the #1 problem in the world today.
Expanding on our previous episodes, this thrilling study of prophecy culminates in a future battle and time of trouble resulting in the people of God being delivered. At the end of it all, there is hope
The rise and fall of Babylon, Persia, Greece, and Rome are told with increasing detail in the book of Daniel. This fascinating insight into history reveals some surprising details about God’s plans for the present and the future.
After seeing 4 beasts, Daniel’s attention is drawn to a little horn. Examining its characteristics, utilizing the principle of probability, we again discover our future is in the hands of a loving God.
Noted astronomer, Jean-Phillipe de Chesaux, was perplexed with the challenge of how to harmonize our three basic time units. Where he found his answer is the subject of our study today and is also the key to unlocking the Bible’s message for you.
“Outsiders” usually don’t seem to be among those “in the know”. But it was outsiders who were the first to recognize and worship the newborn Messiah. No matter if you are an insider or an outsider, Jesus offers the same message of salvation and healing.
Acknowledging truth is one thing, acting on it is another. When God reveals Himself to us, He lets us choose how we will respond to Him. But His love doesn’t let Him give up on us. God even gets in the fire with us to save us.
Assuming God exists, there still remains a lot of contradictory viewpoints regarding His existence. Is there an objective standard that we can apply to evaluate the differing claims about God? Is there a test that only God could pass?