The Lord did not always avail himself of miraculous knowledge during his ministry, but when he did, he gave yet another proof that he is the Christ, the Son of God.
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Our Jewish friends offer numerous objections to the identification of Jesus of Nazareth as the promised “Messiah” of Old Testament prophecy. In this week’s Q&A, we deal with one of these.
A study of the “publicans,” Jewish tax collectors, is a fascinating theme. Actually, the topic has a valuable apologetic thrust. Study this subject with us in this week’s Penpoints article.
In order to appreciate the message of this book, one must understand something of the historical circumstances which it addresses.
If one believes in the ultimate conquest of good over evil, he can see, even in factiousness, something of the good, the positive, and the noble.
Jesus once spoke of an “eternal” sin, for which there is no forgiveness. What was that sin? Can it be committed today?
Can one know that God exists? Can he know that he has been saved? If so, how? “Reason” with us on this important topic.
The issue of Christian fellowship is not a subject that is always easy to understand. There are, therefore, extremes to both the left and right on this controversial theme.
The book of Jude argues forcefully against the misguided notion that no child of God can ever be lost.
A careful investigation of the biblical text provides a powerful antidote to the postmodern confusion which alleges that truth is subjective, elusive, and ephemeral.