Here are five questions evolutionists can’t answer about the theory of evolution.
What is the Rapture theory all about? And what does the Bible say about this fantastic “end-time” event? Is it real or merely a fictional idea?
The study of “demons” is a fascinating yet challenging topic in biblical literature. There is much to be learned from a survey of this theme.
The account of David and Goliath’s battle is not just an entertaining child’s story. There are numerous spiritual principles that can be learned from this historical event.
Church historians have observed drastic changes in the church of antiquity. Are these changes still affecting the followers of Christ today?
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?
Authority is one of those words that usually creates an instant emotional reaction—in some folks, fear and distrust, in others safety and order. While Jesus was the image of love and gentleness, he also possesses and exercises great authority.
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?
Jesus offers a great invitation to take his yoke upon you … for his yoke is easy and his burden is light. Christianity is best for humankind because it fits us well. If you have burdens, come see what Christ has to offer.
May a Christian woman EVER teach a man … even in a private setting? This is a question that has bothered some. Wayne Jackson addresses this topic on ChristianCourier.com.
In this discussion, we pay special attention upon the phrase, “the first and the last,” as it appears in Revelation 1:17-18.
In a new volume on Greek grammar, Dr. Daniel Wallace (of the Dallas Theological Seminary), has made a monumental concession which devastates a common denominational rationalization relative to the meaning of eis in Acts 2:38.
Did Jesus receive a fair trial? Part 1 of this study examines the nature of the Lord’s path through the legal system of the time.
The “destruction” of 2 Thessalonians 1:9 is not equivalent to “extinction.”
One of the intriguing issues that arises in studying the book of Hebrews has to do with the identity of that mysterious gentleman known as Melchizedek. In this week’s Q&A segment, we address two of these questions.
Jehovah’s questioning of the patriarch Job demonstrates the futility of criticizing our Creator.
Is has been said that at the marriage feast in Cana of Galilee, Mary made a request of Jesus, and that he obeyed. This is supposed to show that she is worthy of praise and worship due to the influence she exercises over her Son. What are the facts?
The Corinthian Christians had promised a contribution for their poor brethren in Jerusalem. But they had failed to keep their pledge. How was Paul to motivate them to have a greater spiritual vision? Jason Jackson’s article addresses this interesting theme.
Is “marriage” a divinely designed institution, or is it a human invention? Let us see where the evidence lies.
Some protest the use of illegal drugs by a glazed-eyed sub-culture, all the while popping pills daily to cope with a variety of problems common to humanity.