I grew up among kindly people of the Baptist affiliation. My father’s family was of this persuasion. A more gracious, benevolent group of folks could scarcely have been found. It was heartbreaking, therefore, to eventually discover that the church of my ancestry was unknown to the New Testament.
This article discusses some of the ethical guidelines that Christian writers should follow.
Unbelievers think they have discovered a discrepancy in 2 Chronicles 4:5. Yet, there is no provable error here.
It is time for a return to an era of fidelity that is seasoned with common sense and brotherly concern.
The writer of the book of Hebrews says that Abel, the first murder victim, is yet speaking. What is he saying? Are we listening?
The parable of the “good Samaritan” has echoed down the corridors of time for the past 2,000 years. What makes it so memorable?
What is it about the Bible that has made it the most influential book in the history of the world? Here are seven great truths that help answer that question.
The American Standard Version of the New Testament suggests that a woman must “fear” her husband. Does this seem reasonable?
When we contemplate who God is, what he has done, and what we will be, we will know exactly for what we should praise.
The “Jehovah’s Witness” view of the “battle of Armageddon” is but one example of the ineptness of this group to analyze biblical prophecy.