Author: amosyang

Is drinking coffee healthy?

See the below article “How Healthy is Coffee: The Latest Evidence” by Bret Stetka and the people at Medscape. Introduction Earlier this year, the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) released a report[1] stating that up to five cups of coffee per

The “YMCA” song

The older I get, the more I’m amazed at the depth of my ignorance about virtually everything. Just this past weekend a friend informed me that the famous “YMCA” song (the one that is commonly sung at baseball games and essentially

Planned Parenthood: Stop acting surprised

As you likely know, this past week it came to light that Planned Parenthood sells fetal body parts after performing abortions. Nationally, reactions from various organizations and individuals have included being “aghast,” “grieved,” “appalled,” “disturbed,” “shocked,” and so on. Similar

Our greatest need

“If God had perceived that our greatest need was economic, He would have sent an economist. If He had perceived that our greatest need was entertainment, He would have sent us a comedian or an artist. If God had perceived

You and the Bible

“The Bible wasn’t written to satisfy your curiosity. It was written to transform your life” (Howard Hendricks).

Images of Jesus

What is your reaction when you see images (artwork, pictures, figurines, including a crucifix) that depict Jesus? I shudder and get grossed out. The reason is described in articles like this one. I’m not Presbyterian, and I certainly don’t go


Here is an excellent quote from Dr. John Piper: “Not feeling loved and not being loved are not the same. Jesus loved all people well. And many did not like the way He loved them…I have seen so much ’emotional

Inerrancy and infallibility

Many Christians today are hopelessly confused on the current definitions of “inerrancy” and “infallibility.” “Aren’t they the same thing?” many ask. The answer is no–not even close. Inerrancy means that the Bible is without error in the original autographs. It teaches


Stampedes in China

In China, retail sales and the offering of things for free can cause public health hazards or even death:  =/ “Three Die in Stampede over Cheap Cooking Oil“ “New Year’s Eve Stampede Kills 36 on Shanghai Waterfront“ “Shanghai Supermarket Stampede