Every Christian ought to consider why he or she uses a particular translation and make sure their reasons are valid and not superficial.
Author: Michael Kelley
No character in the New Testament is described in such life-like colors, with all his virtues and faults, nor most magnified and misrepresented in history, than Peter.
Grandma Shelman, you will be missed.
Christians seem divided on Andy Stanley’s comments. Some have labeled him as a “Marcionite” while others say he has just been misunderstood. Which is true?
The Gospel. The Greek word εὐαγγέλιον, evangelion, means “good news” or “a good message,” and occurs 77 times in the New Testament. Yet, what is “the news” or “message” that Christians are exhorted to herald? (Mark 16:15; Acts 16:10; Romans 1:15; 10:15; 15:20).
The church should be a place where everyone feels welcomed regardless of language or ethnicity. Yet, language and ethnicity are still important to the extent that a church is to be “one body.”
Mary, the woman chosen to be the mother of our Lord, exhibits six roles of a godly mother.
Christians have largely forgotten the power of the Word of God and most churches today are known by all the programs and events they offer instead of their faith.
This last weekend was filled with more sorrows and joys mixed together than I ever imagined a single weekend could have.
Is the archaeological find from last year the legendary tower of Genesis 11, or is the a cunningly devised deception to undermine the Bible?