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"For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead" (Romans 1:20).
Many assume that religion and science are irreconcilable—that a belief in God conflicts with the facts of the universe. Here you’ll find that not only can the two coexist, but also that the latest scientific discoveries can strengthen a belief in God.
In this booklet we examine the foundational premises of evolution. We consider the evidence evolutionists cite to support the theory. Perhaps most important, we look at the scientific facts evolutionists don't discuss in public for reasons that will become clear.
You can know whether evolution is true. We hope you'll examine the evidence carefully. What you believe does matter.
The loved ones of a suicide victim need to understand what the Bible reveals — there will be life after death for that person and he will have his opportunity to qualify for eternal life in God’s Kingdom.
Immortal Souls and Eternal Life? Heaven and Hell? Reincarnation? Resurrections? What about reported life-after-death experiences? These ideas can't all be right! Don't miss this opportunity to find out more about this important subject!
When tragedies happen, we ask why. Whether it happens to us personally, to our loved ones, or to our communities, we have a natural desire to find answers. How could a loving all powerful God allow terrible things to happen? God gives us answers. He gives us hope. The Bible is the very Word of God, and it reveals the reasons for pain and suffering. It also gives us the hope of how to get through trials and sorrows.
Suffering. It's not a pleasant subject to discuss, but a necessary one. Suffering plagues our world. In its many forms it affects us physically, psychologically and emotionally. This featured booklet will help you understand how suffering began, how it will end—and why it continues.