The following articles are related to the topic of PARABLE

A Brief Study of the Word “Kingdom”

Biblical words may have varying senses, depending upon the context in which they are found. A brief study of the term “kingdom” is a good illustration of this principle.

The Tragedy of Racism

Many have been racist out of ignorance or weakness. Others, with a more ingrained disposition, have sought to defend it.

Concerning Dogs and Hogs

Christ once warned against giving that which is holy to dogs, and casting pearls before swine. But how many heed his admonition?

Praying for the Dead

In times of great crisis, people cry out to God in prayer. While this is understandable, prayers for the dead are both futile, and contrary to biblical truth.

Was Mohammed a Prophet?

Was Mohammed another prophet of God? Is there any evidence that would support that claim?

Is the Bible Obsolete?

Is the Bible obsolete since it was written so long ago and the world has changed so much?

The Syrophoenician Woman: A Woman of Great Faith

As I was studying recently through the gospel of Mark, I was reintroduced to this wonderful individual — the Syrophoenician woman. I know that we can learn from this episode in the life of Jesus. Consider with me why our Lord described this Gentile lady as a woman of great faith.

The Value of Life

Every life is a sacred gift from heaven intended to honor the Creator and prepare us for eternity.

Examine Yourselves!

In dealing with a contentious element in the Corinthian church, and in anticipation of a visit to this congregation, Paul admonished: “Examine yourselves.” Those who are conscientious regarding their own souls will appropriate this principle to their personal beliefs and practices.

Some Atheistic Arguments Answered

Atheism is a philosophical system of contradiction and confusion. Atheists do, however, attempt to argue their case. In this article, we will analyze two of the popular arguments employed in defense of atheism.

The Emotions of Jesus

In addition to possessing a divine nature, Jesus Christ was also flesh and blood (John 1:14), a human being. He thus shared with us the full range of human emotions.

Does 1 Cor. 3:15 Support the Doctrine of “Eternal Security”?

First Corinthians 3:10-15 is a difficult portion of scripture. Calvinists contend that the passage teaches that though a child of God may suffer temporally for sins, he can never so sin as to be lost eternally. But what does this context really teach? Study this matter with us.