Why walk a mile in someone else’s moccasins when you can walk in your own?
God’s way is simple—we are often the ones that add complication to our lives.
Is God like a cruel sheriff waiting for us to break His law so He can punish us; or is He more like a caring shepherd who gives us the freedom to choose even to our own hurt?
“Nanna, did Adam and Eve have children?” we hear you ask.
Well, yes they did, our child, and two of their children, were called Cain and Abel. (Genesis 4:1-2)
Many modern theologians and nominal Christians seriously question whether our first parents, Adam and Eve, really lived.
Language is a useful tool for communicating, but used in the wrong way it can become useless or damaging.
Steve Myers answers a viewer's question about a graphic used on a recent Beyond Today program.
If you were suddenly given a large sum of money, would you have the wisdom to manage it properly?
God denied access to the tree of life to Adam and Eve and their descendants until the promised Seed, the Messiah, would appear and redeem them and permanently reconcile them to God.
Trust in God is the result of a choice. God's way of life was not the only choice our first parents faced.