In the parable of the Mustard Seed, Jesus predicted that his kingdom would start in a small, relatively obscure fashion; exhibit extraordinary growth; and increase to a large size in proportion to its beginning. History has wonderfully demonstrated the fulfillment of the Savior’s words.
Why do Christians believe in angels? What does the Bible actually say about the existence of angels, their origin, nature and role as God’s ministering spirits?
Is Satan an actual living, personal being? What does the Bible reveal about this malevolent enemy of God and man?
Here are five questions evolutionists can’t answer about the theory of evolution.
Is the gospel still sufficient for church growth? Are modern gimmicks necessary to attract bigger crowds?
The Bible frequently speaks of the “reading” of the Scriptures, and even the reading of them aloud. Is this mere circumstance, or is there a deeper truth implied in these descriptives?
A profile of millionaire and humanist, Ted Turner.
It is not uncommon to hear religious people refer to a minister as “the pastor” of the church. There is no such thing as “the pastor” of a church. The term “pastor” is greatly abused in the community of Christendom. In this Q&A segment, Jason Jackson discusses the biblical use of this term.
When is divorce permissible? May a marriage partner divorce his or her spouse simply because they have tired of the marriage? Is “authorization” from God required for a divorce? Study this challenging issue with us.
Is the antichrist a character soon to be revealed on the stage of world events? Who is this person?
Does the Bible sanction a speaking in “tongues” that involves the utterance of “ecstatic” sounds that are understood only by the speaker and God? Sincere Pentecostal folks answer in the affirmative. They contend that these indiscernible sounds are the “tongues of angels” (1 Cor. 13:1). This article demonstrates that there is no support for such a view in the Corinthian text.
John Clayton has virtually made a career of lecturing most weekends of the year to churches across the country. His knowledge of science is woefully skewed with ideas of evolution; unfortunately, his acquaintance with the Bible is even more deficient.
A closer look at one of Jesus’ parables intensifies the point intended by our Lord.
The judgment pronounced on pagan nations by Amos the prophet point to the accountability of all people to the laws of God.