The Power of Knowledge

If you could know anything, what would you want to know? We all have an insatiable desire to know something. It’s what drives new discoveries, new creations, and new ideas. We may want to know where we will be in five years, or when the pandemic will be over, or how to create light without a lightbulb or a candle. Yet that information escapes us until given proper permission. Want to know what happens in five years? Wait five years and see.

Grasping Achilles’ Spear: Human Power and Courage in The Iliad and the Bible (Guest Post)

Guest post by Philip Soen Greetings everyone. My name is Philip Soen and I am Elisha McFarland’s uncle. Presently, I live in Dallas, Texas, where I have been studying to become a university professor. This last July (2020) I had the privilege of vacationing in St. Albans, West Virginia. There Elisha’s family hosted my two …

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How to Use Discernment in an Age of Illiteracy

False teachers are everywhere. Everyone thinks that they're the next John Piper, prepared to give controversial opinions with little care given to the legitimacy of their claims. In an age of false news and quick, unresearched opinions, it can become almost impossible to properly research current events. Every smalltime blogger, podcaster, youtuber, and writer thinks that their take on current events is the most factual, needed piece of content on the web, and they're usually wrong...