Calvinists deny that a child of God can ever apostatize so as to be finally lost. When biblical examples are introduced to the contrary, it is claimed that either such souls were never saved, or else their loss was merely temporal. Let us study this question seriously.
Though the earth was once a paradise, it is now a planet plagued with “evil.” Why are there so many problems within our earthly environment? Study this challenging issue with us in this month’s Feature article.
Jesus once spoke of an “eternal” sin, for which there is no forgiveness. What was that sin? Can it be committed today?
The phenomenon of “sin” has wrought a terrible harvest upon this earth. Consider this matter with us.
There are two kinds of enemies of Jesus: those who campaign against him in public and those who are unwitting enemies of the cross.
Was Jesus absolutely sinless? What does the evidence actually reveal? If he was sinless, was this necessary in the divine scheme of things? If so, why?
What can a father do to protect his children from Satan’s grasp? A wise dad will have a plan in place, well before the challenging teen years.
Was Daniel 2:44 fulfilled by the establishment of the church, or should we look for some other interpretation?
What is the meaning of the phrase, “the destruction of the flesh,” in 1 Corinthians 5:5? Did it sanction the use of capital punishment in the church for immoral and/or heretical people?
Jehovah’s questioning of the patriarch Job demonstrates the futility of criticizing our Creator.
What is the Day-Day View of the creation week? Those who criticize the literal interpretation of the first week look for textual evidence that the days in Genesis 1 are not 24-hour days. Have they found what they are looking for?
Is the book of Job an historical account? Or is it a fiction invented to teach a valuable lesson?
Christ and his apostles were able to “cast out demons” to demonstrate the power of God. Were the Pharisees able to accomplish the same feat? Study this question with us.
A golden lamp stand with seven lights was placed in the ancient tabernacle of Jehovah. In the book of Revelation, we find the “seven lamps of fire burning before the throne, which are the seven Spirits of God” (Rev. 4:5)—the number seven symbolizing the perfect Spirit of God. What do you know about the Holy Spirit?
Who is this “Gog and Magog” that threatens God’s people in Revelation 20:8?
After becoming a “child of God,” is it possible to lose one’s “inheritance”?
Allen Webster’s new book is a valuable study on Jehovah’s attitude towards those often quoted “seven things” he hates. We highly recommend this as a welcome addition to your library.
Some people believe that every human being is a “child of God,” thus no one will be lost. Others allege that any “good” person is God’s child. How is one to view this matter biblically? Study this question with us.
The appellation of “Christian” is widely used as a category of people. But who, in fact, is (and who is not) a Christian?
“I know that my Redeemer liveth, and at last he will stand up upon the earth.”