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Josh Lyons

Should I Keep Pentecost?

The biblical festival called Pentecost in the New Testament is coming up soon, taking place on June 16 this year. The word Pentecost comes from the Greek word meaning fiftieth, since it is observed after counting 50 days, beginning with the day of the wave sheaf offering during the Days of Unleavened Bread (Leviticus 23:15–17). Pentecost describes the festival usually called the Feast of Weeks in the Old Testament (Exodus 34:22; Deuteronomy 16:9–10, 16), but is also referred to as the Feast of Harvest (Exodus 23:16) and “the day of the firstfruits” (Numbers 28:26).

Millions of Abortions, Not Enough Babies

Birthrates have been falling for decades in numerous nations around the world, presenting a serious and growing population crisis. On May 13, 2024, the Wall Street Journal published an article titled “Suddenly There Aren’t Enough Babies. The Whole World is Alarmed.” The article began, “The world is at a startling demographic milestone. Sometime soon, the global fertility rate will drop below the point needed to keep population constant. It may have already happened.

Catholic and Orthodox Churches Reuniting on Easter Date?

Tomorrow’s World watches ecumenical developments in Christendom and has done so for decades. What is ecumenism?

Is Easter Biblical?

The majority of professing Christians consider Easter to be the most sacred holiday of the year, believing that it celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. But perhaps a simple, seldom-asked question is of vital importance: Is Easter biblical?

Consider a few quotes from well-known and reputable sources.

The Joy of Small Children

My wife and I are currently waging a tiring, fierce, and ongoing battle of epic proportions—with our two-year-old. He notches his share of victories as we charge the trenches of teaching him the word “no,” how to feed himself without throwing or sling-shotting his food, and how to submit to the terrible monster known as “Bedtime,” and so on. (It is tough being a toddler.) My wife and I are hopeful that we will win the war.