• Preparing to Preach

    There are two senses in which every man who desires to preach the gospel of Christ in a public capacity should prepare for this noble vocation. First there is the advanced preparation; then there is the immediate readiness. Advanced Preparation ... read more »

  • False Charges Against Christ

    Occasionally it is claimed that while Jesus stood above most people in terms of moral goodness, nevertheless at times he revealed that he was not perfect. He had spiritual lapses, he yielded to weaknesses; hence, the honest Christian would do ... read more »

  • Jesus Christ in the Book of Revelation

    The concluding book of the New Testament begins in the following fashion: "The revelation of Jesus Christ which God gave him to show to his servants." (1:1a). One of the intriguing questions discussed by scholars is the phrase "of Jesus ... read more »

  • Does Ephesians 2:8-9 Exclude Baptism?

    For by grace have you been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; not of works, that no man should glory. So wrote Paul in his letter to the church at Ephesus (2:8-9). ... read more »

  • Rationalizing Human Behavior

    Are human beings responsible for their personal conduct? Some contend they are not. Others, though claiming that people are morally responsible for their actions, teach ideas that are inconsistent with personal accountability. Evolutionary Dogma The theory of evolution alleges that ... read more »

  • Judas Iscariot: From Apostle to Apostate

    There is likely no character in the Bible who lives in such infamy as that of Judas Iscariot. But the treachery of the traitor is not the entire story, though it is most prominently displayed. Unfortunately the dark side has ... read more »

  • False Charges Against Creationism

    When one encounters an ideological position with which he disagrees, there are several possible reactions. He could reflect honestly upon the new idea, carefully research it, and give it an honest evaluation. That certainly would be the noble thing to ... read more »

  • From Our Question Box — A Matter of Church Discipline

    We receive scores of questions as a result of our web site. Some are not easily answered with a quick yes or no-or even with a simple Scripture citation. They require critical analysis and prudent judgment, ascertaining the teaching of ... read more »

  • Clouds Without Water – A Review of the New ACU Commentary

    In the little letter that bears his name, Jude, a half-brother of our Lord, addressed a malignant first-century movement that threatened to undermine the integrity of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Certain teachers had wormed their way among the early ... read more »

  • President Obama Calls for Debate on Abortion

    On the day following his controversial appearance at Notre Dame University's commencement ceremonies (May 17, 2009), newspaper headlines touted his speech at the influential Catholic institution: "Obama calls for sensible abortion debate." This came after days of protesting, followed by ... read more »