The last two weeks in Belarus and Russia were probably the most intense in many years, in terms of teaching and travel. I was moving from one city to another every other day (or night) and taught two and even three times almost every day. Praise the Lord for wonderful and caring host families and communities! [Read more…]
Archives for March 2018
If something is designed, what is left for the scientist to do, right? For one thing, it would stop unnecessary millions of dollars going for research to generate stories to account for the origin of the eye (as one example) through a gradual succession of undirected natural causes. [Read more…]
By Dr. Kaia Kloster, FaithSearch presenter
Reaching out to incarcerated youth has been an eye-opening venture. It seems their greatest question regarding God is the timeless question of, “If God is good, why is there so much suffering in the world?” [Read more…]
Excavation by archaeologists just south of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem has yielded an exciting discovery – a likely seal impression (bulla) of the prophet Isaiah from the eight century before Christ.
Details in the next issue of Paraclete.
Source: Biblical Archaeology Review, Vol. 44 NOS. 2 & 3. March/April/May/June 2018, pp 64-73.
By Dr. Don Bierle, FaithSearch President
The new four-year strategic plan of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is to “serve and protect Americans at every stage of life, beginning at conception.” [Read more…]