Is the Bible a divine document inspired of God? If so, to what degree? Is it merely in sense or in sentence? Are the very words of the text inspired?
The identification of Paul’s “man of sin” as mentioned in 2 Thessalonians 2 has intrigued Bible students for centuries. Here is a detailed study of this controversial text.
Some allege that all second marriages following a divorce are prohibited. Does this theory have the support of Scripture? Has the New Testament information on this matter been corrupted? Study this issue with us.
God’s commission to the prophet Jonah provides insight into the nature of God and our relationship to him.
Does the Bible say that little babies are by nature born in sin and deserving of God’s wrath? You would be surprised how many people think so based on Ephesians 2:1-3. But here’s what that passage really means.
This editorial discusses the comments of the Jewish scholar, Alfred Edersheim, on the moral character of first-century Roman society.
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.
Second Timothy chapter 4 contains a commentary upon the forgiving spirit of Paul. It also underscores the breathtaking mercy of the One who knows the true character of our hearts — even when we don’t live up to the highest ideal possible.
For Bible believers, there can be no compromise between evolutionary chronology and the biblical historical record.
In times of great crisis, people cry out to God in prayer. While this is understandable, prayers for the dead are both futile, and contrary to biblical truth.