In the Bible, God’s will regarding marriage seems to follow a progressive trajectory when we look at the Old and New Testaments together. The definition of marriage crystallizes in the teaching of Jesus. In fact, three “stages” of human transformation can be seen in the Bible, which can be described as: “prefall,” “post-fall,” and “redemption.” Each stage affects the nature and shape of marriage. More…
By Tom Quiner
Liberal comedienne, Janeane Garofalo, recently called the Bible a “work of fiction.” Watch …
I don’t know how much Ms. Garofalo has read, studied, or even contemplated the Bible. But I mention her quote because she will influence a certain segment of her audience with her dismissive attitude of the most fascinating book ever written.
Is it true, though?
Is the drama of God’s gradual revelation of Himself to man really on the level?
Can we trust that the texts are accurate; that the four Gospels that talk about Christ aren’t agenda-driven works of fiction?
I believe that the bible is God’s revelation of Himself to man. I don’t say that casually. I’ve come to this belief through two paths: revelation and reason.
I read a series of books by former Chicago Tribune reporter, Lee Strobel, who wrote about his journey from atheism to Christianity. His first book, called “The Case for Christ,” was written as if he were a reporter. He wrote the book in an attempt to disprove Christ’s existence and His claims.
Strobel was stunned to discover that there’s a mountain of evidence to support the miraculous underpinnings of Christianity. Watch his video below to learn more. Then go pick up your Bible. Read the Gospel of John to whet your appetite for a message of hope that can change your life.