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Young Earth Creationism

Darwin vs. Design – How the Universe Began The Question of Origins I/II During the past century, much of the world has accepted the theory of Evolution as fact. Yet the molecules-to-man theory has no direct evidence to support it at all. Origins provides overwhelming evidence in favor of Creation. The theory of Evolution has been applied to most scientific ... Read More »

Knowing Yeshua God’s Salvation

Knowing that Jesus (Yeshua) spoke Hebrew is important to better understand His words and culture. Equipped with that knowledge we can more accurately interpret some of the hard sayings of Jesus. However, do you know Him? Knowing Jesus is the most important thing in life. Do you know what His name actually means? “Iesous” (ιησους) is the Greek (from the ... Read More »

A Brief History of Hebrew

Historical Evidence   The amount of historical evidence that Jesus and the Jewish people living in Israel of his day spoke Hebrew as their mother tongue is extensive.  Over the last hundred years, a better understanding of literary sources such as the Mishna has greatly elucidated the linguistic situation of ancient Israel.  Additionally, discoveries such as the Bar-Kochba letters, coins, ... Read More »

The Sign on the Cross of Jesus: Hidden Acrostic?

It has been suggested that the reason the Jewish leaders were so upset with Pilate regarding the sign on the cross of Jesus was due to the acrostic that the words spelled in Hebrew.  That is the first letter of each word “JESUS OF NAZARETH, THE KING OF THE JEWS” (John 19:19) actually spelled YHWH, which, if true, would obviously ... Read More »


“No one can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be loyal to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon.” (Matthew 6:24 see also Luke 16:9,11,13) The word mammon[1] has long been assumed to be Aramaic.  In fact, every Greek lexicon I checked said ... Read More »


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