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.
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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.
Atheists claim to the anti-religion, yet they have formed their own “religion.” They are the epitome of inconsistency.
There are always been those, both without and within the church of Jesus Christ, who have attempted to weaken and compromise the gospel of Christ. Such antagonists must ever be identified and rebuffed.
The church in Corinth had numerous spiritual problems, one of which was its tolerance of flagrant immorality. In his letter to this church, the apostle delivers a sharp rebuke. Happily, it produce a healthy result.
The expression, “Crossing the Rubicon,” is famous for deadly decisions that cannot be retracted. There are many of these in life that elicit some reflection.
Some Christians argue that clapping, to accompany singing in worship, is merely an inconsequential mode of providing some zest to the service. What are the facts? Is this a violation of scriptural principle?
On a high mountain plateau just west of the Dead Sea in A.D. 73, the final battle between the Romans and the Jews took place. It was the concluding destruction and dispersal of the Hebrew nation, as such previously was known for the preceding fifteen centuries.