The ex-president’s high popularity is perplexing in light of his moral failures. This article addresses this paradox.
We must try to master the art of forgiving—for others’ sake, and for our own.
On a high mountain plateau just west of the Dead Sea in A.D. 73, the final battle between the Romans and the Jews took place. It was the concluding destruction and dispersal of the Hebrew nation, as such previously was known for the preceding fifteen centuries.
Unbelievers think they have discovered a discrepancy in 2 Chronicles 4:5. Yet, there is no provable error here.
Ministers frequently tell lost people that they need to “pray the sinner’s prayer.” Exactly what is this “sinner’s prayer”? Is this prayer biblically based? If not, what is its origin?
It was recently announced that Roman Catholic nun, Teresa, received an “exorcism” just before her death. What is the Christian to make of this?
Every Old Testament book, to some extent, focuses upon the coming of Christ. This is no less true of the book of Hosea.
Who bears responsibility for the hardening of Pharaoh’s heart?
What is the meaning of that mysterious phrase, “a tender plant, and as a root out of dry ground,” as found in Isaiah 53:2? It is a marvelous prophecy regarding Christ. Study it with us.
News sources report that a recently published document from Roman Catholic scholars attempts to promote a compromise between Jewish and Christian views regarding the Messiah? What is the basis of this ecumenical attempt?