Articles

Training Killers

Author David Grossman has shown that the tactics employed by the military to turn young men into killing machines are prevalent in the entertainment media used by our youth.

Steve Allen’s Attack upon the Bible

This article, originally published in 1993, addresses the book written by popular songwriter-comedian, Steve Allen (1921-2000), Steve Allen on the Bible, Religion, and Morality.

Jesus and the Samaritan Woman

An in-depth study of the interesting encounter between Jesus and an unnamed Samaritan woman at Jacob’s well recorded in John chapter four.

A Bible-Believing People

Your attitude toward the Scriptures determines how they will influence your life. This essay addresses two questions: “Are they from Heaven?” and “Is the Bible authoritative?”

Reinventing the Family

This is a review of Rosemary Reuther’s book which attempts to defend new “marriage” relationships.

The Value of Morning

At the dawning of the day, your body is as rested as it will be all day, your mind is the sharpest it will be all day—as yet uncluttered with numerous distractions. Why not take advantage of this quiet time?

Examining the Four Gospels

Why are there four gospel accounts that cover so much of the same material? Are the records harmonious or do they conflict?

The Saga of Shebna

An interesting archaelogical find may provide incidental confirmation of an Old Testament narrative.

Growing Doubts about the Resurrection of the Dead

There have always been those who found the concept of the bodily resurrection incredible, i.e., unbelievable, and their modern counterparts are appearing increasingly—even in today’s church.

The Left Behind Series

This is a review of the Left Behind book series by Jerry Jenkins and Tim LaHaye, which advocates dispensational premillennialism.