The term “sanctification” is used rather loosely in the community of “Christendom.” What does the Bible really teach about this important theme?
Christian Courier Articles
Some allege that the church of Christ, as established on the day of Pentecost (Acts 2), has not existed in an unbroken line since that time. The allegation is false—if the testimony of Scripture is dependable.
Some writers strongly object to the name Jehovah, as found in the American Standard Version (1901). Is this criticism justified? Are these critics consistent? Look at this matter carefully.
The doctrine of baptism, as set forth in the New Testament, is scarcely recognizable in the modern world of “Christendom.” How did this strange and unwarranted change come about? Study this issue with us.
Some allege that all second marriages following a divorce are prohibited. Does this theory have the support of Scripture? Has the New Testament information on this matter been corrupted? Study this issue with us.
Some suggest that Genesis 1 and 2 are not literal accounts of actual history. Instead, much of the narrative is poetic, with elements of history embedded. But what does the evidence show?
Some sincere people are severely lacking in fundamental skills for interpreting the Bible. They will isolate a text or word from its immediate context, or else from the larger context of biblical information, and “camp on it” in order to find support for a cherished thought. This short article is an example of such.
What happens when you die and your soul is separated from your body? There are diverse views about this matter. Here is one for your study and reflection.
A few young men have attempted to recently argue that 1 Corinthians 16:1-2 pertains only to a first century circumstance, and does not provide a pattern for the modern church. Study this issue carefully.
Some have spent years in the church, but have never grown significantly in their Bible knowledge. There is a strong rebuke in Scripture for this type of neglect.