Was the siege at Jerusalem in A.D. 70 the worst in world history?
The first epistle bearing Peter’s name speaks of “true grace.” Let us consider more closely the theme of “true grace,” for it is implied that there might be a false concept of grace.
Elijah was one of the great prophets of Old Testament history. Like all of us, he was a man of mixed qualities. Overall, he contributed significantly to the unfolding of Heaven’s plan of redemption.
Do the relative ages of the Earth and mankind really matter? Is the issue important? Many say, “no.” But what does the Bible indicate?
A sincere Christian wants to know: “Why don’t churches of Christ use instruments of music in their worship?” The issue comes down to the matter of authority. Take a look at this theme with us in this week’s Question and Answer.
This article is a discussion of the fossil evidence found at the La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles.
Saul, Israel’s first king, stands as a solemn warning to all who followed thereafter.
This article addresses a sectarian argument that attempts to justify sprinkling as a substitute for immersion.
This article discusses the recent controversy at Abilene Christian University regarding the Boy Scouts and the homosexual movement.
Human writers often make careless errors, however, the Bible does not. The precision of God’s word is evidence of its divine origin.