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       history
 
 
THE CASE FOR THE RESURRECTION

  
A Question for the reader: 
Should public schools present the historical evidence for the resurrection of Jesus Christ?

 

You are not likely to hear the case for the resurrection of Jesus Christ in public institutions of learning.  This is not because the evidence is weak.  It is because a philosophy of naturalism controls such institutions.  Such a philosophy excludes the supernatural.  God is declared dead or irrelevant.  The evidence for a supernatural resurrection is ruled invalid before it is even heard. 
 

I am not suggesting that the public schools become proponents of the Christian religion.  They should simply allow the debate to take place.  Today, Leftist political correctness seeks to eliminate Christianity from the public square so it rules as invalid any reference to Jesus Christ. 
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Why Study History?


Why is the Study of History Important?

One of the uses of history is that it causes people to ask questions about the meaning of life.  A clear and striking example of this is the history of the Nazi Holocaust, during the 20th century.  The treatment of Jews and other people by the German nation raises searching questions concerning the nature of man, ethics and the existence of God.
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The Battle Lines are Drawn

In 1913, J. Gresham Machen (1881-1937) published “Christianity and Culture”, in the Princeton Theological Review.  This was a classic statement of the relationship of Christianity to the world by one who would become a preeminent defender of historical, supernatural Christianity.  This was the Christianity of the Bible that was in opposition to the rising tide of naturalistic modernism. 

Machen recognized that there was a tendency in the Christian church to set up a sharp distinction between piety and knowledge.  He argued that the Christian church must not withdraw intellectually from the world.  The Christian must “go forth joyfully, enthusiastically to make the world subject to God.”  Christians must neither hide from modern culture nor compromise with its philosophy.  Christians must determine to make all thought subject to Christ. 
 
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