What was the “manna” that the Israelites ate during their sojourn in the wilderness of Sinai? Some claim that it was merely a substance extracted off of a tree in that region. But what does the evidence reveal?
Christian Courier Articles
What theory can possibly rationalize the act of killing an unborn child? Some attempt this ethical manipulation by the use of an antiquated argument employed in defence of Darwin’s theory of evolution.
Paul’s discussion of the “inner man” implies a facet of human existence that transcends the material.
A consideration of the biblical data leads only to the conclusion that the heart is a vulnerable feature of the human makeup. One must guard it, and he must cultivate it, with the greatest of diligence.
Did Christ bear the “guilt” of human sin when he died on the cross? Or did he merely bear the “punishment” that was due us, as a consequence of our guilt?
Medical authorities suggest that there is more “depression” among our population at this time of the year than at any other season. Accordingly, our Feature article for this month is “The Christian and Depression.” It contains principles that each of us can profit from.
Are extraordinary methods for achieving pregnancy, e.g., artificial insemination by a third party donor, ethically permissible? Some contend that “how” a woman achieves pregnancy is not a material issue. The Old Testament case of Tamar is even employed as proof. What does the evidence really show?
Study the historical background of the Old Testament book of Micah, prophet of God.
For those who have any respect for the testimony of Scripture at all, the issue is clear. Moses was the author of the first five books of the Old Testament.
Some make the claim that the Scriptures are in conflict in the matter of the morality of “incest.” But the allegation is false. This week’s Question considers this issue.