“Can monotheism be proven?”……The word "monotheism" comes from two words, "mono" meaning "single" and "theism" meaning "belief in God." Specifically, monotheism is the belief in one true God who is the only creator, sustainer, and judge of all creation. Monotheism differs from "henotheism," which is the belief in multiple gods with one supreme God over […]

“Do faith in God and science contradict?”……Answer: Science is defined as "the observation, identification, description, experimental investigation, and theoretical explanation of phenomena." Science is a method that mankind can use to gain a greater understanding of the natural universe. It is a search for knowledge through observation. Advances in science demonstrate the reach of human […]

God brought catastrophic events in the OT against Israel and other nations . Does this still happen? Is God still God? Is God still the Lord of history? The difference is this: When God used a catastrophe as an arm of judgment in the Old Testament, we know that his judgment was behind the catastrophic […]

What if I don’t accept or reject God? Q: “What if I don’t accept God, but I don’t reject him either? If I do not say there is no God, but I don’t confirm that he really exists?” our A: Maybe it all depends on what you really know in your heart to be true. […]

“What is polytheism?”……Polytheism is the belief that there are many gods. Breaking the word down, "poly" comes from the Greek word for "many," and "theism" from the Greek word for "God." Polytheism has perhaps been the dominant theistic view in human history. The best-known example of polytheism in ancient times is Greek/Roman mythology (Zeus, Apollo, […]

Modern Science in an Ancient Book August 28, 2011 “Who knoweth not in all these that the hand of the LORD hath wrought this?” (Job 12:9) The book of Job is one of the oldest books in the world, yet it contains numerous references to natural systems and phenomena, some involving facts of science not […]

God explained by various American Heritage Dictionary: god God A being conceived as the perfect, omnipotent, omniscient originator and ruler of the universe, the principal object of faith and worship in monotheistic religions. The force, effect, or a manifestation or aspect of this being. A being of supernatural powers or attributes, believed in and worshiped […]