Twitter Finding Truth Matters Contact Form Name Email Address Message 5 + 10 = Submit The World’s Top 5 Global Problems by Andrew Corbett | March 28, 2017 | articles | 0 Comments There are several websites which list the survey results of what people think are the world’s greatest problems. The major problem with such surveys is that they are largely Western and almost always fueled by how the participants have been informed by their media sources. Here’s a summary and ranking of the word’s greatest problems, and possible solutions to them. Read More Who Does God Think He Is? by Andrew Corbett | November 26, 2016 | Apologetics | 0 Comments If, for some impossible reason, the position for “God” became vacant, what might the job description look like? Being a Judge would definitely be listed. Judging is a god-like activity, and the God of the Universe would have to be the Ultimate Judge of that Universe. In sustaining the Universe and the required justice that this involves, it can be seen from the Bible that God appoints some human beings to serve as His deputies – as judges. Read More The Search For Significance by Andrew Corbett | October 29, 2016 | articles, Pastoral | 0 Comments What is the point to life? How can we find significance for who we are and what we do? Some people look to their work, their money, their relationships, but these things cannot deliver the significance we all crave for. Read More About The Omnipresence Of The Risen Christ by Andrew Corbett | October 15, 2016 | Apologetics, Pastoral | 0 Comments It would be easy to think that the Bible presents an unimaginably glorious picture of God. After all, He is described as being light. His appearance seems radiate the kind of light that not only blinds the viewer but also attracts them as well. The light that God emanates is not the photonic light of this temporal dimension, but the kind of light which only eternity can sustain. It is the kind of light that warms and comforts those who are drawn to it and the kind of light that warns and exposes those who try to run from it. God’s eyes are described as being like fire – they pierce the soul of the onlooker. When He speaks His voice is variously described as being like mighty thunder or the sound of many crashing waters over a gigantic waterfall. When He speaks, whatever He decrees happens. Everyone who is permitted to be in His immediate presence is not only overcome with a sense of their deepest purpose being awoken – to fully worship the Most Glorious Being in the Universe – but also to discover that in so doing, their deepest longings are infinitely satisfied. Thus, every picture of God on His Throne which the Bible reveals to us is a scene of unimaginable worship. But even though it would be easy to think that the Bible presents an unimaginably glorious picture of God, it declares that what we see is actually just a dim view! Read More The Most Convincing Evidence For God We Can Offer by Andrew Corbett | October 10, 2016 | Apologetics, articles, Devotions | 0 Comments One of the things which gripped me as a new Christian was just how short life on earth was compared with eternity. As I read through the Gospels I was struck by how often Christ made this contrast to put this life into its proper perspective. Even if, as the Psalmist declared, man lives to a ripe old age, his life is but “a breath” – a mere “blade of grass” which sprouts in the morning and withers by the end of the day. This life is no mere dress rehearsal for next. It is of infinite and eternal consequences. The apostle told the Colossians that not a minute of it should be wasted. When it comes to the after-life, despite the teaching of those who identify as liberal Christians, the eternal Gate of Heaven into Paradise is not merely opened for the “religious”, but for the redeemed in Christ. And if we have any compassion for our fellow man we will do all we can to persuade them to repent from their rebellion and to humbly turn to the Saviour to accept His offer of salvation. Yet many will not do this because they are yet to see what Jesus described as the most convincing proof of all. Read More What More People Could Do With More Of! by Andrew Corbett | October 9, 2016 | Pastoral | 0 Comments The famous Barkley Marathon through Tennessee’s Frozen Head State Park has many life lessons and especially spiritual lessons for followers of Christ Read More Examining The 5 Best Objections To God by Andrew Corbett | April 10, 2012 | Apologetics, articles | 0 Comments Can the claims of the Bible be logically sustained and even proved? We examine the five best (and most popular and widely used) objections to the existence of God. Read More Divine Healing by Andrew Corbett | February 25, 2011 | articles, Theology | 0 Comments Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Read More Marriage by Andrew Corbett | July 29, 2010 | articles | 0 Comments If you want to increase your chances of being happy, wealthy, and healthy, get married! This is not some random wishful sentiment. The evidence is clear- people who are married are far more likely to enjoy these blessings than either single people, or co-habiting (de-facto) couples, but especially more so than divorced people. Marriage is the formal union of a man and a woman for life. It is far more than a social contract (the result of society’s pressure to conform). Marriage exists in every culture, every era, and every religion. In this sense it can be shown that marriage is both original (from the very beginning of human existence) and natural (it has always been). Recent sociological studies into marriage have shown that it produces quite different and definite social and health outcomes to the alternatives of being single or co-habiting – and markedly different health outcomes to that of being divorced… Read More Charismania by Andrew Corbett | May 30, 2008 | Apologetics, articles | 0 Comments It was C.S. Lewis who said – “You don’t have a soul. You are a Soul. You have a body.” Human experience tends to confirm Lewis’s assessment. We are spiritual beings who are intuitively supernatural. Atheists object to this assessment though. They assert that there is nothing supernatural and that the uninformed are not being spiritual but rather “superstitious”. But when Christians, who claim to be spiritual, behave superstitiously and call it “revival”, we have to think that’s an odd Gospel, or perhaps a “Todd Gospel”… Read More Search for: Recent Posts The World’s Top 5 Global Problems Who Does God Think He Is? The Search For Significance About The Omnipresence Of The Risen Christ The Most Convincing Evidence For God We Can Offer Top Pages Introducing Dr. F.W. Boreham home articles free-resources Follow us on TwitterMy Tweets i Articles Read articles about ethics, apologetics, philosophy, public policy discussions here z Audio Archives Listen to or download hundreds of teaching audios. Search by categories, topics and Scripture passages. Teaching Videos View hundreds of teaching videos here. Invite a ‘virtual’ guest speaker by using these videos. Free Resources Choose from hundreds of Printable, free, and downloadable, Bible Studies, and Sermon Powerpoints/Keynotes.