For centuries bees have been the objects of careful study by scientists. They are amazing creatures indeed (the bees that is), bearing the imprint of divine design in so many ways.
Wayne Jackson’s recently published book, Before I Die â€” Paul’s Letters to Timothy and Titus, is receiving a popular response. The author has provided a sample from Paul’s final words to Timothy.
A recent writer sought to “analyze” Joseph, and has given us one more example of “science” gone askew.
In the concluding portion of the book of Job, God introduces, as an example of his power, the great creature, Behemoth. What was this great creature? Wayne Jackson discusses the various theories offered by way of identification.
Pilate paraded Jesus before the crowd and exclaimed, “Behold, the man!” (Jn. 19:5). Significantly, this very phrase is found in an Old Testament prophecy that heralds the coming of Israel’s Messiah.
A study of the word “belief” as it is utilized in the book of Acts.
A gentleman recently attempted to negate the divine proclamation that God made heaven and earth, and everything therein, in six days (Exodus 20:11). His argument can best be characterized as “belly button” logic. We here review it briefly.
What are little girls made of? “Sugar and spice and everything nice” have been replaced by belly-button jewelry, super-small shirts, and pants that reveal far too much information.
Christianity has been the most benevolent influence in the history of the world. On occasion, even skeptics concede this truth.
It is a wonderful thing when Christians rush to the assistance of others during times of disaster. But do we always think clearly about the way we implement these efforts? A word of caution surely is in order. One aspect of this issue is addressed in this week’s Penpoints column.
This is a review of the Berkeley Project, supposedly designed to clone Jesus Christ.
Part 1 in a two-part series on Bertrand Russell’s reasons why he rejected Christianity
Part two in a two-part series on Bertrand Russell’s reasons why he rejected Christianity
Atheists frequently make bogus arguments in defense of their position; sometimes, theists do too. One needs to learn the difference between a good argument and one that is flawed.
“To err is human.” This truth is forcefully illustrated when one examines the literary productions of mankind. Amazingly, however, the Bible is unblemished by the flaws that generally characterize man’s writings.
Does the Bible contain the secret to a health self-image?
The term “sanctification” is used rather loosely in the community of “Christendom.” What does the Bible really teach about this important theme?
It is interesting to observe the type of argumentation employed by religionists in attempting to establish their doctrinal positions. The following article illustrates the flawed logic of many.
Your attitude toward the Scriptures determines how they will influence your life. This essay addresses two questions: “Are they from Heaven?” and “Is the Bible authoritative?”
Is the Bible a divine document inspired of God? If so, to what degree? Is it merely in sense or in sentence? Are the very words of the text inspired?
What is the biblical concept of time? In this article, we explore several ideas associated with time from a biblical perspective.
In the biblical context, atonement has to do with the plan employed by the Lord to provide a way of salvation for sinful humanity by means of the redemptive mission of Christ. Study with us the basic facts.
The concept of “sleep” is used in many ways in the Bible. A study of these usages yields many valuable lessons.