A new scientific article asserts that dogs, in some ways, are closer to humans than chimps are. This is a new twist. Actually, it is but another one of the many anomalies that cast suspicion upon Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution.
George Washington affirmed that a nation could not be maintained without morality. Today, some say biblical morality is unnecessary for national success. This essay analyzes the assertion by Alan Dershowitz that morality is not dependent upon religion.
This week’s Notes briefly explores the use of “circumcision” in both the Old and New Testaments.
While Job is an example of how to endure hardship through patience and faith, his wife provides an interesting study of one who’s faith failed during tough times.
Just as there are many who believe they have conformed to the divine plan of salvation in becoming a Christian but actually have not; even so, there are members of the church who, perhaps unknowingly, have neglected God’s plan of salvation for his lost children.
Socially sensitive people are greatly concerned about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict that continues to rage in the Middle East. Unfortunately, midguided political and religious commentators are adding fuel to the controversy. Who has the legitimate claim to the so-called “Holy Land”? This week’s Penpoints addresses this issue.
The Lord expects his disciples to demonstrate a loving disposition, while, at the same time, defending the truth vigorously. All of us to some extent, have made errors in both of these areas. And sometimes, we do more harm than good when attempting to defend truth with incorrect reasoning. This is part three in a three-part series, “Defending the Faith with a Broken Sword.”
Was Jesus Christ an angel or was he in the same class as deity? Some believe he was Michael, the arch-angel. What do the scriptures teach?
Paul identified the book of Job as Scripture.
Unquestionably, there are things we cannot change. We can, however, learn to survive by immersing ourselves in a deep and sustained biblical faith.