By Glen Schultz in Kingdom Education Ministries, November 9, 2014
Every Christian will at some point of his life come to a “crisis of belief”. It is at that point that he will have to make a decision that will radically affect every area of his life. This watershed point is when a person must make the decision as to whether or not he will accept the Bible as being the inspired, infallible and inerrant Word of God.
By Glen Schultz in Kingdom Education Ministries Blog, November 15, 2014
I remember it well. I had just developed a series of diagrams using various relationships between the sun, moon and earth to illustrate some of the truths found in passages of Scripture such as 1 John 1:5; Matthew 5:14, 16; John 15:5; and 1 John 2:15. I had developed these diagrams having read Romans 1:20 that tells us we can see and understand God’s invisible attributes by the things He created.
"No man is uneducated who knows the Bible, and no one is wise who is ignorant of its teachings."
By Glen Scultz, Kingdom Education Ministries, March 8, 2020 public blog
We are bombarded by more and more information every day. One study noted that until 1900 human knowledge doubled approximately every century. By 2013 knowledge was doubling every 13 months. One can only imagine how fast knowledge is doubling today.
What is even more mind boggling is how much data is being produced on the internet. It is now predicted that there will be 40 zettabytes of data available by the end of 2020. This is a whopping 40 trillion gigabytes! It would take a person 180 million years to download all the data that is currently on the internet.
It is hard to comprehend what is important from all the headlines that flood our minds every second. These so-called vital facts are on topics ranging from global warming to Harry and Meghan’s exit from the Royal Family. Let me ask you a question as an example of how difficult it is to discern fact from fiction these days. What is the coronavirus and what is the real danger we are facing concerning it?
There is one thing for certain related to information overload – we have lost our ability to discern truth! This is a big problem and it has significant impact on how we educate future generations.