Bible critics have charged the sacred book with mistakes in that the King James Version mentions both “unicorns” and “satyrs” — both of which are mythical creatures. How does the student of the Scriptures respond to this alleged difficulty?
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Do public school officials have the right to force students to read materials that they or their parents deem to be morally offensive? Many think they do. But some parents are refusing to yield. Read about an interesting case in this article by Wayne Jackson.
There are three characteristics of love evident in the Apostle John’s inspired statement.
While the “resurrection” of Christ is generally recognized as the foundation of Christianity, the “ascension” is equally significant. In this month’s Feature article, Wayne Jackson addresses the importance of the “ascension” doctrine.
The Roman emperor, known as Julian “the Apostate,” represents but another “glitch” on the panoramic screen of history in the futile efforts to discredit Christianity.
First Corinthians 3:10-15 is a difficult portion of scripture. Calvinists contend that the passage teaches that though a child of God may suffer temporally for sins, he can never so sin as to be lost eternally. But what does this context really teach? Study this matter with us.
Persecution of God’s people has always been a reality. Some who contributed toward the founding of this nation fled persecution. Now, the country conceived for the liberty of all is becoming a hotbed of anti-Christian sentiment. What should the Christian do?
Song of Solomon is a beautiful work of inspired literature that extols the bliss of genuine love after the divine order.
Psalm 95, and echoes thereof in the New Testament, speak eloquently to the man and woman of today. Those who “have ears to hear,” should do so with great dispatch. Are you listening to God’s voice?
When Christ was in his “own country,” Mark says that “he could do no mighty work” there (Mark 6:5). What is the meaning of this perplexing passage?