Guiding Light

Did Jesus Promise to Send the Comforter to Me?

The word "Comforter" (KJV, ASV) is a translation of the Greek parakletos. The word is derived from two roots-para (beside) and kaleo (to call). In secular Greek, the expression suggested one who has been called to another's side for counsel, ...

God's "Fingerprints"

The Amazing Unity of Scripture

The Bible claims to be the divinely inspired Word of God. Is there any support for this affirmation? Evidence for the inspiration of the Bible falls into two general categories. Some evidences are classified as external in nature, while others ...

State of Denial

Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Doctrine of the Deity of Jesus Christ

The sincerity of many within the Watchtower organization, as well as their zealous propagation of Watchtower dogma, is widely known. It must be honestly pointed out, however, that the Jehovah's Witnesses are deeply involved in the advocacy of much biblical ...

Open Eyes

The Elders’ Duty of Watchfulness

In his parting address to the elders of the church in Ephesus, Paul prophesied: "I know that after my departing grievous wolves shall enter in among you, not sparing the flock; and from among your own selves shall men arise, ...

Food For Thought

Why Is King David’s “Grocery List” in the Bible?

Louis Gaussen (1790-1863) was a Swiss scholar who served as professor of systematic theology in Geneva, Switzerland. He produced a classic volume, Theopneustia - The Plenary Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures. In this work, he responded to several criticisms often ...