Christian Courier Articles

Can You Feel the Love?

Some of the most mean-spirited people in the world are those who “ooze” with that sickening sentimentality that talks of love while demonstrating everything but. Why don’t you take a few moments and, over our shoulder, take a look at some of our mail?

Jonah 1:1-2 — The Prophet’s Commission

God’s commission to the prophet Jonah provides insight into the nature of God and our relationship to him.

A Poignant Invitation to a Wayward People

What a wonderful orchestration of divine principles there is in the Lord’s communication with King Solomon.

Does the Marriage of an Unbeliever to a Believer Sanctify the Unbeliever?

First Corinthians 7:14 has puzzled many Bible students. Does the passage teach that the non-Christian, in a mixed marriage situation, is “sanctified” (saved) merely by being joined to a Christian in marriage?

Let Your Light Shine

By reflecting the influence of Christ in their lives, Christians lead others to glorify their Father who is in heaven.

Romans 1:27 — The Consequences of Perversion

The “due recompense” which the apostle Paul spoke of regarding sexual perversion is chillingly evident in the world today, as it was even in Old Testament times.

Paul’s Instruction to the Saints of Crete

Paul’s admonishment of the Cretan Chrisitans, through Titus, provides a marvelous synopsis of the redemption process.

The Birthplace of Jesus: Bethlehem or Jerusalem?

Was Jesus born in Bethlem or Jerusalem? The Bible teaches it was Bethlehem. The Book of Mormon alleges it was in “the land of Jerusalem.” Examine the evidence for yourself.

Why Do Natural Disasters Happen?

The recent earthquake and subsequent tidal waves in the Indian Ocean have caused many to wonder why God allows such disasters to burden the earth. Is there any reasonable explanation for these events that respects the concept of the benevolence of our Creator?

Benevolent Work in the Mission Field

It is a wonderful thing when Christians rush to the assistance of others during times of disaster. But do we always think clearly about the way we implement these efforts? A word of caution surely is in order. One aspect of this issue is addressed in this week’s Penpoints column.