I have always believed that faith and reason are compatible concepts rather than mutually exclusive, and that the things that might make them appear to be incompatible are simply obstacles to overcome. For instance, there are many apparent contradictions in the Bible.
When discussing the subjects of God and science, the name Albert Einstein is inevitably raised. There’s nobody in the history of science who is held in higher regard than the Nobel prize winning physicist who gave us the theory of relativity which produced the famous equation E = mc2. For that reason both believers and unbelievers have sought to claim Einstein as one of their own.
As Christians we hear constantly about the need for revival in the land. We pray for revival. We study revivals in the past. We preach about revival. We sing about it. But we don’t see it. Oh sure, we’ve had a few movements here
Irony of ironies, Christian Research Institute president and host of the radio broadcast The Bible Answer Man Hank Hanegraaff has abandoned the Evangelical church and joined a Greek Orthodox Church in Charlotte, N.C. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the theology of the Orthodox branch of Christianity, they practice the veneration of Mary