The Christian’s reason to rejoice on Christmas, and a lesson from Mary.
Category: Christian History
The most dangerous and fastest-growing cult today is Pentecostalism, which is a denial of the complete sufficiency of Scripture.
All sectarianism is insidious and harmful to the church, but the oldest is the division between Jew and Gentile.
In this postmodern age, most churches have strayed away from reverent services, no longer exalting God in their architecture or Scripture during their worship.
Is justification the result of intellectually accepting certain propositions in Scripture, or is the heart involved?
While the worldly, carnal person hops around looking for more experiences, the Christian rests on the solid rock.
A roundtable discussion on the three views of the Millennium.
Do some Christians have a private prayer language called “tongues”? What are the different views to this teaching and what does the Bible say?
Nearly every church in Western culture today is to varying degrees dead, even churches that have kept right doctrine. There is only one thing that can change this and cause revival.
Politics today is more divisive than ever; should Christians have any kind of civic involvement or political engagement? How should Christians approach politics today?