It was Christianity, with its law, individual rights, care for the needy, its institutions for learning, its basis for science and the arts, that made the West great.
A faithful servant, an unknown preacher, changed the face of Victorian England with a ten minute sermon to 12-15 people, showing that God can and will use anybody or situation to bring about His purposes.
From an Olympic competitor to a brutally treated prisoner of war, to a drunkard racked by post-war nightmares to a new life in Christ free from his tormentors; all in the remarkable life of Louis Zamperini.
This question, which is circulating in the United States, is being put forward as a positive statement, in other words; we have stopped/reduced racial discrimination, now we must stop/reduce discrimination of homosexuals. But are the two equivalent? Does one naturally follow the other?
The Lachish Letters add to the large body of evidence that show that the people and places recorded in the Bible were real and that the events mentioned, actually took place.
Tests show that biological material can only last a few thousand years in our environment. Yet more and more soft tissue is being found in dinosaur era fossils. It can only mean, evolution did not happen.