• Messianic Previews in the Book of Zechariah

    The kingdom of Judah continued to dredge itself into apostasy until a day of calamity was inevitable. In a series of three invasions by the Babylonians (606 B.C., 597 B.C., and 586 B.C.) the nation was devastated. The land was ... read more »

  • Lessons from the Grand Canyon

    The Colorado River is approximately 1,400 miles long. It begins in Wyoming and ultimately spills into the Pacific Ocean at the Gulf of California (Mexico). As it meanders toward its goal, the river passes through one of the most spectacular ... read more »

  • A Footnote on the Mary Winkler Case

    Ann Rule has been writing about crime for the past thirty-eight years. A former police officer, she teaches seminars to law enforcement groups, including the FBI, and has testified before U.S. Senate Judiciary Sub-committees. She has authored numerous books, some ... read more »

  • Modern Miracles—True or False?

    Some years ago I prepared an essay titled: A Study of Divine Providence . In that piece I pointed out, among other things, that although God is providentially working in today's world through his natural laws, the Lord is not ... read more »

  • The Christian As a “Sermon”

    The Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard once raised the question as to what would happen if there were no preachers. He concluded that the only thing remaining would be the lives of Christians. And so he wondered: "What kind of sermon ... read more »

  • Portraits of the Christ

    Some of the New Testament documents resemble others to a degree-and that by design. For example, there are similarities in the Gospel accounts-especially in the synoptics (Matthew, Mark, and Luke); Ephesians and Colossians contain some parallels, as do 2 Peter ... read more »

  • Matthew’s Use of the Term “Fulfilled”

    The general thrust of Matthew's Gospel record is to establish, on behalf of the Hebrews, that Jesus of Nazareth is the promised Messiah of Old Testament Scripture. The Greek New Testament (Aland et al. 1983) lists approximately sixty-eight Old Testament ... read more »

  • What Do You Really Know about Evolution?

    What do you really know about evolution? Not much, I assure you! Dr. Colin Patterson, who was senior paleontologist of the British Museum of Natural History, delivered a speech at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City ... read more »

  • Genesis 1 and Dinosaurs

    Did dinosaurs and men live upon the ancient earth together? Creationists answer this question affirmatively, based upon the clear testimony of the Scriptures-and no solid evidence to the contrary. The disciples of Darwin argue negatively, contending that dinosaurs faded from ... read more »

  • Fundamentalist Mormonism Is the Original Mormonism

    The Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has made significant news over the past several years. The "Fundamentalist" church (FLDS) emerged from the Latter-day Saint church in Salt Lake City (LDS-SLC) around 1930, mainly in protest to the ... read more »