A Lifegiver or Spontaneous Evolution?

Did life just spring up on its own? Is this possible according to a Nobel-prize winning scientist who believes in 'spontaneous generation' and other aspects of evolution? Is there any possibility that life could have just started on its own and thrived to the point of being able to reproduce? Is the academic community biased against those who believe in a Divine Creator God? Does it make scientific sense to believe in the atheistic position? Is there more proof of God's existence than there is for 'spontaneous generation'?

Ten Dangerous Protestant Prophetic Errors

Though they claim sola Sciptura, there are many errors that Protestant leaders teach that are wrong and misleading. These errors are dangerous and those who rely on the erroneous teachings above the Bible will face the Great Tribulation expectantly. The ten errors covered in this video include Blood Moons, the Pretribulation Rapture, Identity of Babylon, Russia and the ...

Continuing Church of God first year anniversary: What is being accomplished?

s the Continuing Church of God (CCOG) simply a small COG group or something more? This sermon explains some of what the Continuing Church of God has accomplished in its first 12 months of existence, which truly first began at the Day of Pentecost in Acts 2. What type of literature has been produced? How effective are its YouTube videos? Is it really one of the most effective COGs on the internet?

World Council of Churches Peace Plan

The World Council of Churches (WCC) announced that it launched an Ecumenical Peace Advocacy Network to build a just and sustainable peace, engaging churches, ecumenical organizations and civil society. The WCC claims to have over 300 member churches representing 500 million people. The Church of Rome is an official observer, but not a member. The WCC also has ties with the United Nations. Will the WCC plan bring real peace?

Does the 'Cenacle' deal have prophetic ramifications?

After a 20 year negotiation, the Church of Rome has negotiated the right to have Catholic mass in the building known as the Cenacle. It is in the area where the Church of God on Jerusalem's Western Hill once stood. This is believed to be the location of the earliest Christian church building. How does the Bible define the 'temple of God' in the New Testament? Could this be the area where the 'man of sin' will sit in the "temple of God' that Bible prophecy discusses in 2 Thessalonians 2:3-4?