One Life Matters: the plight of aid workers reflects a darkness over us

Vincent Cochetel warns us about a problem that is reflecting a deeper, more insidious plight of the human condition—the killing of humanitarian aid workers. This rarely happened, but in the past decade or so, it has become an all too frequent occurrence.

The sanctity of life is fading. Since the new millennium, the number of […]

By |April 6th, 2015|blog|1 Comment

How Does Jesus’ Blood Actually Atone for Our Sins?

As millions of Christians worldwide stop to remember the sacrifice today that Jesus Christ made over two-millennia ago, do we fully understand why this had to happen? Why does innocent blood need to be shed to make amends, or atone, for sin?

What we must understand first, at a deeper level, is the character and […]

By |April 3rd, 2015|blog|1 Comment

If God is Good, Then Why Do Kids Suffer or Die?

This is every parent’s worst nightmare. No parent wants to survive their child, and yet there are those suffering around us every day that have experienced this excruciatingly painful loss. It is absolutely heart breaking. The last thing I want to say to someone who has lost a child is why God allowed it. […]

By |February 3rd, 2015|blog|0 Comments

Why Bad Things Happen to Good People: Three Unpopular Reasons

In our “self-esteem-motivated” culture, this is very unpopular to say, but there really are no “good” people. So when bad things happen to us, it’s often at the hands of others. This is a hard truth, but if we take a brutally-honest look at humanity, historically we’ve fallen short of goodness in countless ways. For […]

By |January 24th, 2015|blog|0 Comments

Why Did God Order the Killing of the Canaanites? Four Main Reasons

Many cannot reconcile how a loving God could command the killing of the Canaanites in the Old Testament. I don’t like it any more than you do, but having just completed a course at Biola on why God allows evil, I understand it much better now. Here are four main reasons why this terrible […]

By |January 9th, 2015|blog|6 Comments