To Dislodge an enemy’s foothold, you have to know he is one. Take a breakneck ride through thousands of years of history, science, and literature to discover the truth about Secular Humanism, its roots, and its impact from the beginning until now. These fifty brief pages could change everything. Can you afford not to read them?
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Under the Sun: A Traditional View of Ancient History
Civilizations all over the earth share architecture, building methods and materials, knowledge of astronomy, layout of cities, and even worship the same gods and goddesses by various names. Human civilization began as unified culture at Babel. Secular Humanism is incorrect with its belief that these people were incapable of advanced technology. Believers in ancient astronauts are closer to the truth, but the Scriptures unmask these creatures as unclean spirits or demons, not friendly, helpful visitors from other planets.
Secular Humanists acknowledge the problems with the conventional Egyptian dating scheme (CC or Conventional Chronology), but reject the solutions provided by the Flood and the Exodus.
This video contains and excerpt from Under the Sun.
Write for the King of Glory
Share the fruits of my first five years of publishing. Learn about blogging, writing, cover design, editing, marketing, and find a bunch of great resources to help you in your publishing journey, many of them free. I’m not the be-all and end all of Christian publishing, but I’m here to help, and so are a bunch of other Christian writers and service providers.
I’m living proof that you can get your book published. It doesn’t have to stay in those pre-publication versions, or be taken out of your hands and changed to the point where you hardly recognize it. God educated me through some amazing preparation and hard times to the point where I realized that it’s up to me to make my books. Nobody’s going to do it for me. At least not so that I can control it from start to finish, or within my mostly nonexistent budget, or on my timetable.
So, I have learned to be a cover designer, an editor, an ebook formatter, and everything else I need to create my own books. I have also learned some things about online marketing, to the point where we have regular monthly sales that continue to grow.
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Biblical Studies Old Testament and New Testament, Student and Teacher Editions
Follow a trail from ancient manuscripts to modern Bible translations. Explore Bible Doctrines, Proverbs, Revelation, complete book studies. Dig through historical background topics. Watch free YouTube Videos linked right in the text. Commentary by colorful puppets can help even young students understand that these are more than just “Bible Stories”. Both editions have complete Student edition. Includes review questions with answer keys and suggestions for research and special projects in Teacher edition.
Fill in the blank before each of the following verses dealing with Attributes of God with either N for Natural Attribute or M for Moral Attribute. (Choices will be used more than once)
M_____1. Proverbs 15:9
N_____2. Genesis 18:14
N_____3. Psalm 147:5
N_____4. Habakkuk 1:12
M_____5. Matthew 3:17
N_____6. Psalm 99:9
N_____7. Job 42:2
M_____8. Deuteronomy 4:31
N_____9. Proverbs 15:9
N_____10. Jeremiah 23:23, 24
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Old Testament and New Testament Manuscript History (free excerpt from Biblical Studies)
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Antidisestablishmentarianism (Illustrated, and serial plain and illustrated versions)
Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.
Sometime in the early twentieth century, Secular Humanist indoctrination convinced almost everyone in the United States that “an establishment of religion” in the first phrase of the first amendment of the United States Constitution is vague and can mean just about anything. “The state of the facts and evidence,” as John Adams so eloquently put it, is the exact opposite.
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What Is an Establishment of Religion? (Serial Antidisestablishmentarianism part 1)
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What Is Secular Humanism? (Serial Antidisestablishmentarianism part 2)
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What Is Science? (Serial Antidisestablishmentarianism part 3)
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What Are the Results of the Establishment of Secular Humanism? (Serial Antidisestablishmentarianism part 4)
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Study Guides for Benny and the Bank Robber, first book in the Historical Adventure Series
Benny Student Study Guide
Ten year-old Benny travels west with a knife-throwing, card-playing bank robber, a savage black stallion, and the promise that God will never leave him. Can he trust that promise? Explore this historical adventure. Understand the time period better. Full story text, comprehension, thought questions essay and research suggestions plus vocabulary by chapter.
1. Based on your reading of the Prologue, what purpose does a prologue serve as opposed to a chapter in a book?
2. Why was Benny trying so hard to see across the street?
3. Foreshadowing is a writer’s way of giving hints that something is going to happen. Can you find two examples of foreshadowing in the Prologue?
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Benny Teacher Study Guide:
Ten year-old Benny travels west with a knife-throwing, card-playing bank robber, a savage black stallion, and the promise that God will never leave him. Can he trust that promise? Explore this Historical adventure. Understand the time period better. Full story text, comprehension, thought questions essay and research suggestions plus vocabulary by chapter and answer keys.
7. How did Benny react when his mother told him they were going to move? Give two examples of why you think he was right or wrong in his response.
(This question might make a good essay topic for the student, and you might choose to have the student discuss both sides.)
He was very angry and accused his mother both of making a mistake in her decision and of not asking for his advice. Whether the student says Benny was right or wrong, the teacher must be sure he/she has real evidence to back up his arguments.
The student might say Benny was right because his mother didn’t have a family conference, Bible reading and prayer that included Benny. Another possible answer might be that Benny was right that opportunities for education in culture and for Christian growth seemed better in Philadelphia. He also might have been correct that he or even his mother could have found ways of earning money in Philadelphia.
Benny was wrong because he avoided opportunities to get involved in the talks in the parlor and also with his mother because of his discomfort. He concentrated on two things, their past “calling” to Philadelphia because of his father’s work, and the belief that finding the cart driver would make everything all right. He didn’t look at anything else that was happening. He shouted at his mother and reacted with anger and selfishness. His mother was right to be worried about the influences of the world on young boys, especially without his father’s guidance.
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The Conflict of the Ages series is a modular study combining Science, History, and Literature with Biblical authority.
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Teacher Edition I-III Combined
The Conflict of the Ages is a Multi-Part exploration of History, Science and ancient Literature. This first installment covers the concepts of God, time, Creation, physics, cosmology, and specifics about each day of Creation. We make comparisons with ancient sources to see where they agree with the Scriptural account.
God made everything “very good”, so how did evil come into being? Is “original sin” real or just a myth? Could man talk to animals? There might be myths around the world that echo the creation story, but did ancient people believe in the fall of angels? What does “their eyes were opened” really mean?
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: A Readers’ and Writers’ Guide for Believers
Understand what takes your breath away in a book while breathing the pure air of God’s truth. Using Philippians, Numbers, Proverbs, and Ephesians, readers and writers can learn to
- apply eternal standards to reading and writing, fiction and non-fiction
- be a discerning reader and a godly writer
- discover positive and negative criteria for entertaining as well as teaching
- understand what’s actually being taught and also what should be taught.
It’s not all about inspiration or objectionable elements. Learn to sniff out where the bad air of secularism wants to lead you.