When I wrote my book Don’t Miss the Boat: Fast Facts to keep your faith afloat, I wanted to give my readers an impression of what the world was like before the Flood. To do this, I invented four fictional accounts – each the imaginary testimony of the one of the four children of the Cainite…
Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord. He was a righteous man, blameless in all his ways. He walked with God. What lessons do we draw from this in a world where evil abounds?
Who were the Sons of God and Daughters of Men mentioned in Genesis 6? And who or what were the Nephelim? How do we come to grips with this strange passage of Scripture?
Genesis 5 is an odd chapter, giving us a list of names and numbers, part way through the exciting narrative of Genesis 4 and 6.
After Cain departs from the presence of the Lord, we read about his wife and descendants – all of which are sometimes posed as biblical contradictions, though they are not.
Yes, we made a second re-started podcast. I intend, as far as is humanly possible, to make this podcast drop every Tuesday at 7:00am Pacific Time (10:00am Eastern, 3:00pm UK time). This week’s episode is about the consequences Cain suffered as a result of his sin, and the implications for today. (This page’s featured image…
The Paul Taylor Podcast restarts, with a new theme tune from Purple Planet. What does the Genesis account of Cain and Abel in Genesis 4 have to do with today’s society? Quite a lot – especially when you realize that this is not a mythological tale, but a true account of actual history.
In today’s show, we analyze the first 3 articles of the Terra Carta.
A first analysis of HRH The Prince of Wales’s Green Politics document – Terra Carta. It’s godless evolutionary basis is compared with the biblical worldview behind Magna Carta and King Alfred’s Domboc.
Analyzing Genesis chapters 1 and 2, on the first commandment and the first sin.