Christianity Today-Man came from 10,000 people?


http://apprising.org/2011/06/06/christianity-today-on-the-search-for-the-historical-adam/

 

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About laura754

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4 Responses to Christianity Today-Man came from 10,000 people?

  1. laura754 says:

    Man came from 10,000 people? But where did THOSE people come from?
    This thinking shows that there is more than apostasy at CT.

    They simply have no ability to use logic.

    That was as poor an explanation as was the explanation of the great scientist being interviewed by Ben Stein for Expelled.

    The scientist traced the beginning of life as the doing of aliens.
    Yet again, where is the logic? Where did the aliens come from?

    I am putting my trust in what GOD said in His Word.

    Christians should not be reading publications that deny God’s Word.
    I haven’t read CT for decades.

    I am glad to have stayed away from a steady ungodly influence by wolves
    who are introducing doctrines of demons.

  2. Diane says:

    “I am putting my trust in what GOD said in His Word.”
    Me too, Laura! 🙂

  3. fleebabylon says:

    “I haven’t read CT for decades. ”

    As one brother puts it, Christianity Today is a good name for their publication, since it is nothing like the Christianity of the first century 🙂

    -Jim

  4. laura754 says:

    welcome Jim,
    I agree.
    If that issue was a representation of their typical beliefs, then they are way off of the narrow road.

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