Christian Courier Articles

Ekklesia Revisited

A new controversy: In recent years, it has become somewhat popular with some to dispute the meaning of the term ekklesia. Does the etymology of this Greek word in the New Testament have any relevance today? What does the word ekklesia mean?

National Security – The Real Solution

Do Romans 6:3-4 and Galatians 3:26-27 Refer to Spirit Baptism?

Is Christian baptism to be administered by men or by the Spirit? Some believe that Holy Spirit baptism is in view in Romans 6:3-4 and Galatians 3:26-27. But will this idea stand the scrutiny of sound biblical interpretation?

Jesus: The Master Teacher

The greatest teacher who ever lived was a carpenter from Nazareth. His benevolent influence is beyond dispute by even his critics.

Character Studies in Joshua

A Note from Richard Dawkins

The New R-word Label

Racism is an insidious evil that lies at the root of much hate against both man and God.

Lessons from Lamentations

Dignity in Worship Leadership

Divorce and Remarriage: White, Black, or Gray?

Every sincere child of God takes the teaching of Christ on divorce and remarriage very seriously. But it isn’t always easy to know the clear cut answer to some marriage and divorce scenarios.