Some allege that the church of Christ, as established on the day of Pentecost (Acts 2), has not existed in an unbroken line since that time. The allegation is false—if the testimony of Scripture is dependable.
What is the meaning of the expression “pure in heart,” in Christ’s promise that the “pure in heart” shall see God? Does this mean that sincerity alone is sufficient to finally obtain heaven?
Bible critics have charged the sacred book with mistakes in that the King James Version mentions both “unicorns” and “satyrs” — both of which are mythical creatures. How does the student of the Scriptures respond to this alleged difficulty?
Neale Walsch is but another oddity in the modern “Ripley’s Museum” of religious freaks.
Does the fact that God doesn’t change mean that he still performs miracles today?
At the dawning of the day, your body is as rested as it will be all day, your mind is the sharpest it will be all day—as yet uncluttered with numerous distractions. Why not take advantage of this quiet time?
Do public school officials have the right to force students to read materials that they or their parents deem to be morally offensive? Many think they do. But some parents are refusing to yield. Read about an interesting case in this article by Wayne Jackson.
Does James 5:12 prohibit a Christian from “swearing” to tell the truth in a court of law? What about saying the Pledge of Allegiance?
This is a response to those who may be critical of God for his command to Israel that they hock the horses taken in battle.
A commonly asked question is this: “Who made God?” Some ask the query sincerely. Others frame it cynically. The answer is the same in both cases.