Evidence that Seventh-day Adventists Had No Trinity Doctrine In 1913

Did you know that the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 1913 did not believe in the Trinity? James Martin Gray (May 11, 1851 – September 21, 1935) was a pastor in the Reformed Episcopal Church, a Bible scholar, editor, and hymn writer, and the president of Moody Bible...

DVD – Patterns of Evidence – Exodus

The Patterns of Evidence video was encouraging and confirmed the archaeology evidence that the Bible is true. The video is well done. I was hoping that he was going to talk about Ron Wyatt’s red sea crossing discovery but he unfortunately did not. I would...

Magnet Pulses (TMS) Turn Your Religious Beliefs Down

This mainstream article talks about how researchers are experimenting with how they can change people’s belief in God to make them more tolerant. The decision to remind people of death, he says, was motivated by previous research on people’s habit of seeking out...

Think About Not Using Fluoride

I’ve deliberately made a point not to consume fluoride anymore and here are my reasons why I would encourage you to do the same: It’s not healthy for you. It has the possibility of losing some of your critical thinking. As a Bible believing Christian I am...

Seventh-day Adventist – No Buy No Sell…No Cash?

This week I read three interesting articles about governments entertaining the possibility of doing away with cash. One of the reasons behind the idea is to implement negative interest rates. Please think about this idea in relation to what the Bible in Revelation...