Searching for Truth
There has been a lot of speculation around the extinction of the dinosaurs. Some people think it happened millions of years ago. Some think that an asteroid caused the extinction. But what is the truth? Join Kyle Butt as he discusses the extinction of the dinosaurs from a biblical point of view.
The first chapters of Genesis tell of the direct creation of two people: Adam and Eve. Some do not think, however, that the various races could have come from Adam and Eve alone. This begs the question, did God ever directly create other people? Join Kyle Butt as he opens God’s Word to find the answer.
Genesis says that God created the world in six days and rested on the seventh. Some claim that instead of literal 24-hour days, the author of Genesis intended for the days of creation to represent eons of time. But is this true? Join Kyle Butt as he studies Genesis 1 to find how long were the days of Creation.
In Genesis 4, we find that Cain had a wife when he settled in the land of Nod. But where did he get his wife? Was there a different race of people in the land of Nod? Join Kyle Butt as he studies the scriptures to find the answer.
Everybody wants to be happy. But if everybody wants to be happy, why are there so many unhappy people? Why does happiness seem unattainable for some while others are always filled with joy? Join Jim Lloyd as he looks at what the Bible has to say about the depth of joy found in being a Christian.
Have you ever wondered just how old the Earth is? Is it millions or billions of years old as some say? Does the Bible agree with this idea, or does the Bible even say anything about Earth’s age? Join Kyle Butt as he looks into Scripture to consider the age of the Earth.
You may have heard this statement before, as it is frequently used as an argument against the belief in one true God. What does this play on words mean? And more importantly, does it provide a logical argument against God? Join Kyle Butt as he addresses what this statement means, and if followed to its full conclusion what it would mean for understanding correct answers to any question.
While we see numerous different continents on Earth’s surface today, there seems to be some evidence for these continents being joined together into one large landmass, sometimes called Pangaea. Does the Bible say anything about Pangaea? Would this idea be contradictory to the Bible or fit within the history described? Listen as Kyle Butt discusses this topic and addresses these questions.
How did we get so many “races”? If the Bible is true and in the beginning God only created 1 man and 1 woman, how do we see so much variation in skin color today? Follow along as Kyle Butt discusses the Genesis account and the scientific principles that provide an understanding for the beautiful diversity we see in our one, human race.
If you have read Genesis and the Creation account, then you may have wondered about this question. How long did the first couple live in the Garden of Eden before committing sin and being cast out? Follow along with Kyle Butt, as he looks into God’s Word to see if there is an answer to this question.
The prophet Daniel looked almost 400 years into the future and foretold events that came true in exact detail. Divine inspiration is the only reasonable explanation for his prophecy.
If God wants everyone to be saved, why is the Bible so hard to understand? It might surprise you to discover that the answer is much more simple than you think.
Given all of the recorded resurrections in Scripture, what’s so important about Jesus’ resurrection? If others in the past have died to live again, what makes Jesus coming back from the dead so unique? Why is His resurrection more significant than any other?
When we die, is everyone going to heaven? We experience people in our world who want to live good lives and follow God, and we also cross paths with those who actively engage in evil deeds. What does God have to say about how humanity responds to Him and heaven as an eternal home? Join Jim Lloyd as he looks at the Bible to see what the Creator says about eternal judgment.
How could Jesus say in John 5:31, “If I bear witness of Myself, My witness is NOT true,” and then say in John 8:14, “Even if I bear witness of Myself, My witness IS true.” How are these not contradictory statements? Join Eric Lyons as he explains the perfect harmony of these two very different statements.
How could Jesus’ father, Joseph, be the son of both Jacob and Heli? Are Jesus’ genealogies in Matthew 1 and Luke 3 contradictory? Join Eric Lyons as he considers seven brief reasons why the genealogies of Jesus are perfectly consistent.
In the book of Hebrews, the writer has given us a gold mine of motivation to lift up and serve Jesus as the Son of God. Yes, Jesus reigns supreme, and among other things, His unwavering, unchangeable nature and message are to be loved and lauded.
How could Jesus defend his apostles plucking heads of grain on the Sabbath? According to the Pharisees, the disciples acted unlawfully, yet Jesus said they were guiltless. Was Jesus justifying lawbreaking, or were the Pharisees’ criticisms unjustified?
Some modern critics of Christ contend that Jesus commanded His disciples to steal a donkey and her colt before entering Jerusalem during the final week of His life. Can a legitimate case against the Christ be made, or is this just another trumped-up charge?
The Bible writers repeatedly refer to the New Testament Church as both God’s Church and Jesus’ Church. How can they be both? And what does this imply about the nature of Jesus and the names by which Christians should call themselves?