Tag Archives: Revelation to John

I Recommend

This past week, I shared the following links on social media and I think they’re worth sharing here too:

Who are the 144,000 in the Revelation to John?

There are at least a couple of options and R. Fowler White defends one of them, quite capably in my opinion.

Same-Sex Attraction and Jesus: One Woman’s Journey

Ellen Mary Dykas interviews “Danae” about her struggles. It’s an encouraging story of how God can bring meaningful change through the gospel.

Bethel, Jesus, and Dove Dung

This is one of the most disturbing things I’ve read recently. It’s about Bethel Church in Redding, California and some of the unbiblical teaching their promoting. Discern.

Soft flexible nerves found in Triceratops bone

Soft dinosaur tissue? How’s it possible? Not a hard question to answer for a young earth creationist. If you want to review the original article this one is based on, see here.

New “Long Story Short” Video Delivers a Dose of Reality for Origin-of-Life Researchers

Can life come from non-life? Check out this really well-produced 10 minute video.

“The quadruplets just started falling out of her”: The abortion horror story that made six clinic workers quit

Jonathon Van Maren interviews ex-abortion worker Abby Johnson.

Teens Are Lonelier Than Ever. What Do Smartphones Have to Do With It?

Quite a bit, apparently. Jean Twenge explains the latest research.

Interview Nightmare

If you need a good laugh: