Here are five questions evolutionists can’t answer about the theory of evolution.
During his trial before Pilate, Christ boldly confirmed that he was a king, but that his followers did not fight—a bold claim since hours earlier one of his disciples attempted to decapitate a government official. Why, then, was this one little statement by Christ not exploited by his enemies?
In Genesis 3:15, God announces that the serpent’s head will be crushed by the seed of woman. What is the meaning of this intriguing prophecy in the book of Genesis?
The Bible provides answers to many of our problems.
What is it about the Bible that has made it the most influential book in the history of the world? Here are seven great truths that help answer that question.
Neale Walsch is but another oddity in the modern “Ripley’s Museum” of religious freaks.
This article addresses recent reports of possible evidence in the Black Sea for the Genesis flood.
A Roman Catholic scholar, Professor Thomas H. West, has renounced the doctrine of the resurrection of Christ in a newly published book. There is nothing fresh in his approach. It is the same old infidelity that has been around for centuries.
How old should a child be before he is allowed to be baptized? Are we immersing some who are too young? What are some of the guidelines by which responsible decisions can be made?
It is sometimes claimed that Exodus 21:22-23 provides evidence that a “fetus” is not entitled to the same level of legal protection that an adult person is. The implication is supposed to be, therefore, that a fetus does not possess the qualitative “personhood” that adults do. Examine this question with us.
Despite the assertions of the Roman Catholic Church, there is no biblical evidence for the “primacy of Peter” doctrine. Study with us one of the passages that is misused to support this heresy.
Did God reward the midwives who may have lied to Pharaoh, only to kill Ananias and Sapphira in Acts 5 for the same infraction? Does God deal prejudicially with people? Does the Bible represent the Lord as an inconsistent, unfair God? Let’s take a close look at a question that speculates on the justice of God.
Some writers strongly object to the name Jehovah, as found in the American Standard Version (1901). Is this criticism justified? Are these critics consistent? Look at this matter carefully.