The Bible describes life as a sacred gift from heaven to honor the Creator and prepare us for eternity.
The earthly life of Terry Schiavo has ended, but the controversy that surrounded this case is far from over. How does one assess these tragic life-and-death situations which are fraught with difficult ethical questions? Ponder this issue with us in this week’s Penpoints.
Part 1 in a two-part series on Bertrand Russell’s reasons why he rejected Christianity
The divinely prescribed method of church discipline is effective.
Babylon was destroyed for her pride. Jeremiah accurately prophesied this monumental event in ancient history.
John 3:16 is often called the “golden text” of the Bible. Many hold this passage very dear. Tragically, the text is more often than not misunderstood. In this study, we take a close look at this amazing passage.
When the apostle Matthew wrote that an Old Testament prophecy had been “fulfilled” by Christ, just what did he mean? Engage in this study with us.
The ridiculous creation fables of mankind only serve to emphasize the genuineness of the Genesis account of the beginning.
It is interesting to observe the type of argumentation employed by religionists in attempting to establish their doctrinal positions. The following article illustrates the flawed logic of many.
Mel Gibson’s movie, “The Passion of the Christ,” continues to generate controversy —especially the prolonged scenes of violence. How does this emphasis compare to the Gospel accounts of the death of Christ? Read this week’s Penpoints for a discussion of this matter.