10 Minute Apologetics

Understanding God Rightly: A Look into the Doctrine of the Trinity

By Elias Ayala (MDiv & M.A.T.) “Thus says the Lord, ‘Let not a wise man boast in his wisdom, and let not the mighty man boast in his might, let not the rich man boast in his riches, but let him who boasts boast of this, that he understands and knows Me, that I am the Lord who exercises loving kindness, justice and righteousness on the earth; for I delight in these things, ‘declares the Lord…” Scripture teaches us that God delights in the fact that we “know and understand” … Read More »

How The West Was Lost

David E. Schroeder President, Pillar College Steve W. Lemke began a lecture on “World Views in Our Culture” at the 1995 annual seminar of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary with these insightful comments: “The pluralism of our age has brought an incredible diversity of world views within our culture. Only a few decades ago, one dominant world view was accepted by consensus in American culture – a world view with conservative values shaped largely by the Judeo-Christian tradition.” Patrick Henry, a ratifier of the … Read More »

Miracles: What Are They?

By Elias Ayala MDiv & M.A.T. Christianity is a religion of miracles. We read of the famous accounts of God delivering His people through the parting of the Red Sea, Jesus turning water into wine, healing the sick, and raising the dead. Countless miracles are recorded throughout the scriptures; but what exactly is a “miracle”? The answer to this question is actually quite important, for it touches on the issue of how God is providentially involved in the world. Some have described miracles as God breaking the laws of nature … Read More »

Tomahawks, Totem Poles, Teepees and a Tower

Distant Memories of Eternal Truth By Rob Sullivan One afternoon I decided it might be fun to ride the gondola up Whiteface Mountain in Upstate New York. At the top of the 4,867-foot tall mountain, is one of the more impressive views. With my nephew and niece in tow, up the mountain we went. The day we were there – a Native American Festival was being held. Tribal dances and Native American art were there for the viewing. What really caught my attention though were the ancient legends conveyed by … Read More »