Some highly religious people go to church every Sabbath. However, they also go out to eat at a restaurant right after church. When do the waiters and waitresses get to have their Sabbath? Living the Dream?
Christian said:March 22, 2014 6:15 am PST
Please send me the free book. THX
Biblecite Staff said:January 16, 2014 7:53 pm PST
The Bible has a chronology. Read REST UNTO THE LAND. It carefully shows how that chronology is in the Bible. It is a quick read and most people read it in a few days.
Ryan Thompson said:January 16, 2014 7:19 am PST
I'm a young earth creationist and a professional geologist. I too have come up with a date of 2034 being the 6000th year according to the Bible. I'm curious to see your timeline and how you arrived at that date!
Manuel said:September 22, 2013 9:02 am PST
I finally read REST UNTO THE LAND. What a great insight. I have always thought we had only
6000 years of life on earth. Well put together!
I will now read FULFILLED IN THEIR SEASON.
Thank you again.
BibleCite Staff said:August 23, 2013 1:20 pm PST
Ray, It might seem that we concentrate on Old Testament histories, but we also have a study of Revelation. If you want to find out about THE BEAST, read the book TRY THE SPIRITS.
Ray said:August 23, 2013 9:57 am PST
When r u going 2 publish a book on the history of Book of Revelations? written in the 2nd century AD?
Living the Dream said:August 17, 2013 4:02 am PST
Not too long ago an average man could get a job pumping gas at a gas station and support his family. Lured by the promise of cheaper gas, we sent that guy packing. Today, we pump our own gas at $4 a gallon. Living the Dream?
BibleCite Staff said:August 15, 2013 2:21 am PST
The Book All Things Continue is easy to understand. It explains the opposing views of the Bible and radiometric dating. If you have ever wondered why dinosaur bones are thought to be 65 million years old, you will enjoy this book.
question said:August 15, 2013 2:01 am PST
How much science background do you need to read the book ALL THINGS CONTINUE? Is it hard to understand?