Many today strongly contend that the silence of the Bible is not prohibitive. However, a comparison of some Old Testament passages indicates otherwise.
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Some may jump to the conclusion that the Bible contradicts itself with regard to Jesse’s sons. But such a conclusion is not necessary.
Reckless charges are frequently made against the Bible. One of these is the allegation that the Scriptures contain irrelevant data, i.e., material too trivial to justify its inclusion into a body of literature that purports to be inspired of God.
Does 1 Corinthians 14:26ff authorize solos or choirs in New Testament worship?
The term “silence” in 1 Corinthians 14:34 is often misunderstood and misapplied. Must a woman keep “silent” in the church?
Did the apostle Paul teach that baptism was not necessary for salvation from sins? By no means. Study this passage with us.
Some contend this passage indicates that miracles are a present-day reality. Wayne Jackson explains why this cannot be true.
Does this passage teach the much coveted doctrine of “the perseverance of the saints”? No it does not. This article explains why.
A discussion of whether a Christian can appeal to civil law in a defense against another Christian
When the conditions God are happily met, one may be assured of the merciful pardon of Heaven.