On day four in his works of creation, God creates the sun, moon, and stars (Gen. 1:14–19). These “lights” in the heavens are specifically said to “separate” day and night, to “rule” the light and darkness, and to be for “signs and for seasons.” As we are considering a biblical worldview of work in the […]
God placed the sun, moon, and stars in the heaven for “signs” and for “seasons.” Their theological significance is much greater than you think, especially when we contemplate the “end time” “signs in the heavens,” stars falling from the sky, and a New Jerusalem in which there is no need for the sun!
Significant battles in the culture war are seldom fought in high-profile locations (think Dover, Pennsylvania). Likewise, we are seldom aware that we are witnessing one of these battles until after the fact (think “wardrobe malfunction”). For these two reasons, tonight’s winner of the eighth American Idol (AI) competition – which is held in Hollywood and is being incessantly hyped by the media as a battle between a Christian and an alleged homosexual – finds himself in the unlikely position of not just becoming America’s newest pop-star, but also becoming a casualty in the ongoing culture war.