Christian Courier Articles

Matthew’s Use of the Term “Fulfilled”

When the apostle Matthew wrote that an Old Testament prophecy had been “fulfilled” by Christ, just what did he mean? Engage in this study with us.

What Do You Really Know about Evolution?

Some years ago a few scientists declared that the theory of evolution was as well established as the rotundity of the earth. But evolution is still a theory, not a law. All of the basics of this theory stand in opposition to known science.

Genesis 1 and Dinosaurs

Is it possible that dinosaurs and humans inhabited the same early earth? If so, why aren’t dinosaurs mentioned in Genesis 1? Study this issue with us.

Fundamentalist Mormonism Is the Original Mormonism

The Fundamentalist Mormon Church has been in the news of late, with the raid on the Texas Temple and the rescue of women and children from their peril. News outlets have repeatedly stated that this “Fundamentalist” movement bears no relationship to the Mormon Church in Salt Lake City. That is a serious misconception.

Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed

Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed is the title of a documentary movie that premiers across the nation on Friday, April 18. We encourage our readers to see this presentation.

The Two “Beasts” of Revelation 13

In Revelation 13, John sees a vision of two beasts—one arising from the sea, another from the earth. What do these images represent?

Atheism: The “Church” of Amorality

How do atheists determine what is moral or immoral? While they frequently claim there is a “standard,” closer examination reveals that the name of the game is “make up your own rules.”

Ants: God’s Amazing Creatures

Ants are amazing little creatures. In many ways they exhibit “design,” hence argue for a Creator who designed them for their various functions.

The Old Testament and Incense

The Old Testament contains many references to the burning of incense. What lessons does this hold for us today? Let us meditate upon this theme together.

Was Jesus Afraid?

The writer of the book of Hebrews speaks of an occasion when Jesus was characterized by “godly fear.” What does this phrase mean?