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.
This article discusses the false doctrine of the “immaculate conception” of Mary, mother of Jesus.
When one has been deeply wounded, how does he/she cope with the anger that sometimes invades the tranquility of the soul? How can one forgive, and still feel resentment at times?
May the guilty person in a divorce because of fornication remarry?
More and more, it appears, Americans are finding that materialism isn’t what it’s cracked up to be. Without some sort of spiritual flavor, there is a void in life—an aching of the soul that longs for a greater satisfaction.
A critical charge that supposedly nullifies the harmony of the book of Acts is the fact that there are differences in the three accounts of Paul’s conversion. Let us examine this alleged problem.
Are the visible signs of Matthew 24 indicators of the Lord’s Second Coming or of a conflict that would occur within the life span of “that generation”?
Will God remember all sins on the day of judgment, even those once pardoned?
The terrorist attack of September 11, 2001 was not an expression of aberrant radicalism; it was Islam in its purest form. It was but a further commentary on “his hand against every man” (Genesis 16:12)!
Can Christians “speak in tongues” today, as some did during the first century? The “charismatics” claim they can; but do the Scriptures teach that this gift was to continue throughout the history of the church? Look at what the New Testament actually teaches on this theme.