Wade Taylor had an intimacy with God that few believers have ever experienced. Although he passed away on February 29, 2012, Wade’s legacy lives on through his book — “The Secret of the Stairs,” which opens up the “Song of Solomon.”
It’s no coincidence that the “media of record” constantly push Common Core, Climate Change and Sustainable Development. These concepts are presented as innovative solutions to our 21st century problems. But Patrick Wood connects the dots in “Technocracy Rising” and explains the hidden price of accepting these gifts from the intellectually elite.
Harper Lee, whose 1960 bestseller — “To Kill a Mockingbird” — is still featured in high school English classes, announced today that the book’s sequel will be published this July. The 88 year-old author had lost the manuscript she wrote before “Mockingbird,” but a friend recently discovered it. “Go Set a Watchman” features Scout Finch as an adult, rather than as the child familiar to readers of the classic novel.
C.S. Lewis once called Matthew 24:34 the most embarrassing verse in the Bible. That’s because Jesus foretold a lot of things that were supposed to happen in His generation that apparently never did. Or did they? John Noe’s response to this question may surprise you.
We’re not good at remembering history in the 21st century. We seem to be more concerned with the here and now. But without exploits of daring and discovery in the past, we would not be where we are today.
“The Kingdom of God” is one of those terms church people use without much consideration to its meaning. For some, it mostly refers to a future age. For others, its meaning is identical to “church.” In nearly every case, the Kingdom is quickly passed over in favor of more frequently stressed teachings. But not so, for Maurice Smith.