A Reluctant Atheist’s Conversion into a Christian Missionary

by Lu Paradise • 2012-05-20 •  212 views

Adoniram1Adoniram Judson

Adoniram Judson was born in 1788, the son of a devout Congregationalist minister. From early in life he excelled in everything he touched. So excellent was young Judson’s scholarship that he was enrolled at Rhode Island Christian College at the age of 16.

Unlike many other missionaries, Adoniram did not have an early call from God or love for Him. In fact, Judson fell in with a number of atheists, chief of which was James Eames who became his dear friend. By the age of 20, the minister’s son had completely denounced Christ and his upbringing. “Like the prodigal son he left home in quest of an exciting life. He wanted to escape parental restraints.” 1 The story of Adoniram Judson’s conversion has been told so many times that it really does not need to be documented. Continue reading “A Reluctant Atheist’s Conversion into a Christian Missionary”

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If Scripture is Inerrant then How Can Christians Believe Genesis Doesn’t Mean What It Says?

By Jim Nienhuys • February 15, 2014 • 0 Comments — 30 views

ALTERNATIVE FLOOD & Noah HISTORY FROM BABYLON

Christians saying Scripture is inerrant but that Genesis says the earth is billions of years old, invariably are those not seriously investigating the evidence for young earth, and certainly not bothering to try to refute material such as at the ‘Genesis Veracity’ foundation website. 

Of course salvation is not dependent on a belief in young earth, but what truly born again person would not want to see the many great reasons to believe Genesis as it reads, inerrantly, so that the rest of the Bible flows smoothly (which it certainly does not with the old earth scheme)?

One might think that the orthodox rabbis would be ardent proponents of young earth creationism, but that they shortened the timeline of human history by over two hundred years between the time of Daniel and Jesus’ incarnation in their official book of history, the Seder Olam Rabbah, would force them to say for instance that the Exodus was circa 1200 b.c., Noah’s Flood circa 2100 b.c., and then their date for the creation, 3775 b. c. Continue reading “If Scripture is Inerrant then How Can Christians Believe Genesis Doesn’t Mean What It Says?”