Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.—2 Cor. 3:17.

Many people in many countries are trying to change the form of government through protest, seeking freedoms. The apostle Paul in his letters had much to say about freedom. Nevertheless, his decades of traveling the Roman Empire in his ministry, Paul did not focus on social or political reform, as was the case with the people throughout the Roman Emire. He did not look to human rulers for his freedom, but rather he focused on the good news of the kingdom and the ransom sacrifice of Christ. This was the true source of Freedom. This does not mean that Paul never considered the Roman Empire and local governments as a way of acquiring peace while we await Christ, as he did.

How Can the Bible Be Fully Inerrant, If there Are Scientific Errors In It?

We do not have to even delve into the deeper things of science in order to resolve this Bible difficulty. Sometimes I think the atheist scientist is seeking to confuse and confound the churchgoer with all of his deep science-speak. When it appears that science and the Bible are at odds with each other, it is automatically assumed that the Bible is wrong and science is right. Within this brief, easy to understand article, we give you how you can respond.