In one of his final prayers, Paul prayed for those who had neglected him. What can we learn from this selfless act?
Our nation has been in the grip of fear and heartache following the violent terrorist attack on September 11, 2001. Wayne Jackson discusses some personal, spiritual reflections at this time of crisis.
All loving parents want their children to be saved. But is infant baptism helping our children reach that goal? Or is it a dangerous and unscriptural practice that should be abandoned?
The apostles Paul’s final epistle to Timothy, contains a passage that is so brimming with meaning that it scarcely can be exhausted. Study it with us.
Do the Gospel Accounts contradict themselves in the matter of whether Jesus ate the Passover Supper?
Could it be possible that Jesus, because of his overflowing love for humanity, chose to forever be identified with us in some way? The very thought is breathtaking!
The concept of “sleep” is used in many ways in the Bible. A study of these usages yields many valuable lessons.
God’s commission to the prophet Jonah provides insight into the nature of God and our relationship to him.
Because of who God is, what He has done, and what He continues to do, we can walk in the light, being confident as Christians and sure of salvation. This is part 1 of a two-part study on John’s first epistle.
In two Gospel narratives, representing the same incident, one writer refers to a certain woman as a Canaanite, while another calls her a Syrophoenician Greek. Does this constitute a Bible contradiction?