At the dawn of creation, God entrusted His children with a command, giving them instruction to “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it, and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over every living thing that moves on the earth” (Genesis 1:28).
Too many Americans underappreciate the meaning of holidays such as July 4th, also known as Independence Day. While some connect fireworks with the firing of cannons in the Revolutionary War, most forget that when the 56 members of the Continental Congress agreed to put pen to parchment and affirm the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, all knew that being a signatory put a death threat on their heads as traitors to Britain.
As technology continues to advance rapidly, the Church must find ways to use new technologies to further the Kingdom of God. One of the newest and most exciting technological developments is Web 3.0, which is becoming widely adopted. To learn more about what Web 3.0 is, read my previous blog on this subject.
Kubernesis. It is a word that falls clumsily on our ears. This is because it is the English way of writing a Greek word. Yet it is a word that defined a dramatic shift in the course of the world, and it grants a meaning we ought to reclaim in our time.
All truth is God’s truth … and Christian schooling is essential and ultimately beneficial to the common good because, in the sovereignty of God, there is no other opportunity quite so plausible in which a child can be furnished with the knowledge of the scriptures and thereby develop a Christian world-view.