A Baptist journal recently published an article by the late Sam Morris on the ravages of rum. But how does the article compare with another composition by Morris, which asserts that no sin will condemn the Christian’s soul?
A failure to understand the real distinction between the Old and New Covenants underlies a host of religious errors.
The complex life of the apostle Peter contains many valuable lessons for the child of God.
Just when you think you’ve heard it all, something else—even more bizarre—pops up. This time it has to do with the auction of human eggs on the internet.
Jerry Falwell is calling for a more charitable view, he says, towards the “gay” community.
Many fail to appreciate the mysterious operation of divine providence. Paul was quite aware of it.
While most people (according to polls) believe in “God,” many entertain a variety of false ideas relative to the Supreme Being. This article discusses some of these views.
There are two kinds of enemies of Jesus: those who campaign against him in public and those who are unwitting enemies of the cross.
Thanksgiving in prayer is a common theme in the Bible. This article focuses upon three “tenses” of prayers of thanksgiving.
They desperately try; but no skeptic has been able to rationally explain that empty tomb in Jerusalem.