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Skeletons in the Closet of Science

Any person who has a proper esteem of genuine science cannot but feel indebted to all of those men and women who studied hard and sacrificed selflessly, thus bringing us the numerous achievements of scientific discovery by which we are so blessed today. But the historical reality is this: along the way, that which frequently was called "science," was not ... read more »

A Divine Platform for Christian Unity

The church of Jesus Christ in the city of Ephesus is first mentioned in the latter portion of Acts 18, when certain "brethren" wrote a letter commending the eloquent Apollos (v. 27). Paul visited that great metropolis during his third missionary campaign, probably in the spring of A.D. 54/55, and built upon that foundation (Acts 19:1-7). In this community, he ... read more »

The Shocking New “Christian” Generation

Perhaps the title of this article needs some definition. By "generation" I am speaking of that group of people from the mid-teens, to those who are around thirty years of age. The term "Christian" is used both relatively and specifically; by that I mean it is employed generically of some who are denominationalists, but who nominally identify with "Christianity." Specifically, ... 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 well to concede this. To say that such charges are false is to understate the matter. Allegations of this nature ... read more »