Christians Do Better In Life
Than Their Secular Neighbors
Christians
Are Healthier Have Higher Job Satisfaction Are Happier Live Longer Give More to Charities Volunteer More Do Better in School Graduate More

Christians Contribute More to Society

Than Their Secular Neighbors

Christians Give More to Secular Charities, Feed the Poor, Support the Arts, and Volunteer More

Christians Commit Much Less Crime, In Prison Less, Graduate More from High School, and Contribute More to Society than their Secular Neighbors

Christians are Happier, Healthier, More Educated & Life Longer

How Christians Contribute More
-->

reasons to believe

...

Physics

Advances in physics have affirmed the Christian narrative concerning the creation of the Universe; the extraordinary fine-tuning of physical constants is not explainable otherwise.

Physics and Scripture
...

Archaeology

Archaeology shows Jewish presence in ancient Israel confirmed by artifacts belonging to Isaiah, King David, Jezebel, Hezekiah, Pontius Pilate among others.

Biblical Archaeology
...

Information

The gigabytes of information contained within the DNA molecule could not have happened by chance. The more life processes are studied, the more unlikely unguided abiogenesis becomes.

Biological Information
...

Privileged Planet

Einstein noted "the laws of nature manifest the existence of a Spirit vastly superior to that of men, and one in the fac of which we with our modest powers must feel humble."

Laws of Nature

most recent articles

The Book of Job

by : Categories: Philosophical Tags: ,

Date: August 9, 2020

The Book of Job is considered the oldest book in the Bible and helps answer one of the biggest questions confronting modern-day Christians. Modern society tends of think of a cause and effect principle; that is, if you get an infection, you can be treated with antibiotics; if you jump off a cliff, you will likely die; if you do something wrong you will likely be punished.  This cause and effect principle is ingrained in a modern society wishing the world to be orderly, predictable, and government by science. But the world is not that way!  Sometimes good people suffer… Read More »

The French Revolution

The Bastille was a French prison housing political prisoners. These prisoners were released from Bastille by a rioting population starting the French Revolution.

by : Categories: Historical, Philosophical

Date: July 29, 2020

The French Revolution provides an important illustration of a revolution gone wrong.  Its temporal association with the American Revolution invites a comparison between the two.  Both were in civilized countries with advanced concepts of social justice founded in concepts of equality and the rights of the common man. By any objective measure, the French Revolution went terribly wrong.  It led to the death of hundreds of thousands of innocent French citizens even though it started attempting to provide a more just society.  The carnage wrought by the Revolution did not stop in France but spread throughout Europe when Napoleon became… Read More »

Jerusalem Chronicle

The Jerusalem Chronicles is an ancient Babylonian text concerned the Babylonian conquest of Jerusalem.

by : Categories: Archaeology, Historical Tags: , ,

Date: July 26, 2020

The Jerusalem Chronicle is one of a series of a history written concerning the fir eleven years of the reign of Nebuchadnezzar II. The chronicle concerns the period between 605 and 594 BC including his military campaigns against various other countries including Judah, Egypt, and Assyria.  The table is currently housed in the British Museum in London, and measures 3.25 inches by 2.4 inches long.  Even though it was acquired in the antiquities market and its original place of origin is unknown, it has been verified as being genuine. The Historicity of the Biblical Account The document is important as… Read More »

The Hittites

The Hittite nation was an ancient superpower rivaling Egypt and Babylon, but faded into obscurity until found by modern archaeologists.

by : Categories: Archaeology, Historical Tags: , ,

Date: July 20, 2020

The Hittites were an ancient civilization that arose and fell several times during Old Testament times.  They were a powerful group with a formidable army that was powerful enough to invade Babylon. In fact, they eventually grew so strong and expanded their empire so widely that they became an ancient superpower on the same level as Egypt and Assyria. Battle of Kadesh The two kingdoms would eventually clash in the region where they meet each other – modern-day Syria.  The Battle of Kadesh is dated to 1274 BC and represents the earliest battle in recorded history for which detailed battle… Read More »

The Shishak Invasion

Portal in Egypt showing the invasion into Israel

by : Categories: Archaeology, Historical Tags: , ,

Date: July 16, 2020

The Shishak invasion of Israel by the Egyptian armies of Shishak is described in Scripture and illustrated on a wall located in Egypt. The reign of King Rehoboam was tumultuous.  He was the son of Solomon and a grandson of David.  The Kingdom of David was still united when Rehoboam took over after the death of Solomon, his father. Solomon, the King of Israel, had broken the Mosaic mandates of the Torah by taking wives who were not Jewish.  The clear reason for this mandate was to prevent non-Jewish customs and beliefs from infiltrating into the Jewish community and turning… Read More »