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.
How sad it is that the Savior must be the brunt of attack by modern critics (for whom he also died), as they arrogantly take upon themselves the ambitious task of “re-inventing” the reason for his death.
I grew up among kindly people of the Baptist affiliation. My father’s family was of this persuasion. A more gracious, benevolent group of folks could scarcely have been found. It was heartbreaking, therefore, to eventually discover that the church of my ancestry was unknown to the New Testament.
It is sometimes claimed that the Bible is inconsistent in its theology in that it claims infallibility for the apostles’ teaching, yet acknowledges they made mistakes in their personal lives. How does one address this alleged difficulty?
In Mark, chapter 9, there is an account of a mysterious disciple to whom Christ’s apostles objected. Does this case provide precedent for Christian fellowship with sectarian religious institutions?
There are many ways in which mankind has attempted to deal with his sinfulness. Yet the only effective remedy is redemption through and obedience to Christ .
Is the “silence of the Scripures” authoritative. The Bible itself states that it is.
It is a misguided endeavor to contend that the KJV is the only reliable translation available today, or even that it is the best one.
The church is a collection of all sorts of people from varying backgrounds and with different personalities. It is inevitable that such an aggregate of folks will experience conflicts. But the Scriptures can help us deal with these difficult situations. In this week’s Penpoints, Jason Jackson discusses this theme.
Homosexuality is not the fun and free lifestyle that the media images we see everyday portray. It is a destructive and damnable pattern of behavior that is characterized as sinful rebellion against our Creator. But it can be overcome.
Google.com retaliates against the Christian Courier’s “The Progressively Aggressive ’Gay’Movement” article. No better example of aggressive behavior could be cited.