Did You Ever Wonder?

Do Humans Become Angels after Death?

Those who believe that humans become angels when they die have a distorted idea about the nature of humanity and angels. Humans are physical beings with a spiritual soul, made in the image of God (Genesis 1:26). Angels are spiritual beings (Hebrews 1:14) who can only become physical if God ordains that their work requires it.

Angels are similar to humans in some ways. They were created by God (Colossians 1:15-17). They have intelligence (2 Corinthians 11:3), emotion (Revelation 12:17), and will (Jude 6). They are meant to praise God (Luke 2:13), serve God (Revelation 22:9), and work for His kingdom (Acts 8:26). When they need a physical representation, they often appear human (Daniel 8:15), although not always (Ezekiel 1:5-11). And they know the Scriptures (James 2:19; Revelation 12:12). (read more)

How Did All the Animals Fit on Noah’s Ark? (video)

Was there enough room on Noah’s Ark to fit Noah and his family (eight all together), at least two of every kind of animal, and seven of some? What about essential supplies? According to the Biblical account, the Great Flood lasted an entire year! So besides the people and all the animals, there had to be at least enough room to store the necessary amount of food to sustain Noah’s family and all the animals for more than twelve months! Exactly how big was that boat? We will examine the Biblical account of the Flood as found in Genesis (chapters six through nine) to determine if Noah’s Ark is a feasible reality or merely a fantastic part of ancient myth. (watch video)

Can You Be Good without God?

Can you be good without God? The question isn’t “Can you be good without believing in God.” The question is: “Can you be good without God?”

See here’s the problem:  If there is no God, what basis remains for objective good or bad, right or wrong?  If God does not exist, objective moral values do not exist…and here’s why.  (watch video)

What Does It Mean that Jesus Is Our Wonderful Counselor?

When Isaiah wrote his prediction of the coming of the “Wonderful Counselor” (Isaiah 9:6), he was spurring Israel to remember their Messiah was indeed coming to establish His Kingdom (Isaiah 9:7). Isaiah was writing nearly 800 years before Christ. That Isaiah calls the Messiah the “Wonderful Counselor” indicates the kind of character this coming King has. (read more)

Is Christianity a Paradox?

Christianity is a paradox. To live we must die to self.

“I have been crucified with Christ; and it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself up for me,” Galatians 2:20. (read more)