The writer of the book of Hebrews says that Abel, the first murder victim, is yet speaking. What is he saying? Are we listening?
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Several important achaeological discoveries demonstrate once again the uncanny accuracy of the Bible.
Love is a fantastic emotion, from both divine and human vantage points. But it can be abused—and frequently is.
Both the liberal left and the radical right have seriously distorted 2 John 9 to support their causes. What does this passage mean, and how does it relate to modern religious controversy?
Can a person, though not actually involved in the commission of a sin, be an accessory to that transgression? Let’s think about it.
Over the years, from time to time, critics direct their hostility at the book of Acts, attacking its credibility. Repeatedly, however, it has weathered the storm of criticism.
What a perverse operation it is, when the ACLU uses the Bible—which it detests so much—as a money-raising scheme for its God-dishonoring agenda.
Was Cornelius, the Roman centurion, saved before and without baptism? Some so claim.
The Bible is such a marvelously rich volume. It contains countless tiny details — little nuggets of truth containing great lessons — which one is likely to pass over in his reading if he is not very studious. Let us consider for a moment an interesting narrative in the book of Acts.
A subtle, but important, point from the Greek text helps us to distinguish several factors in the plan of salvation