Hermeneutics of Psalm 1

Genre To properly understand any form of literature, it is necessary to interpret it from the proper grid of its genre.  David Aune discussed the need to identify genre, or the generic...

Thy Kingdom Come

Excursus: The Eschatological Kingdom Multitudes of passages from the prophets in the Hebrew Scriptures indicate a future restoration of the kingdom of Israel. A number of passages in Isaiah also predict and...

What was Lucy?

The Australopithecine is viewed by most evolutionists as an ape-like ancestor that precede humans in developing an evolutionary lineage. Tim Bromage states, "the development of early hominids must have been more...

The Church: Local or Universal?

Most people are so immersed in New Evangelical teachings that they have never even been encountered with a reason to question whether the idea of a “universal” church is a biblically...

The Genealogies of Jesus Christ

In Matthew 1:1-17 and Luke 3:23-38, the genealogies of Jesus Christ are recorded. Though skeptics have attempted to accuse the Bible as contradicting itself by presenting two different genealogies, however, “This...

Is the Big Bang Compatible with the Bible?

During the debate, Bill Nye brought attention to the big bang theory. He said: Edwin Hubble sat there at this very big telescope, night after night, studying the heavens. And he found...

Was Sir Isaac Newton an Arian?

Sir Isaac Newton (Dec. 28, 1659-March 20, 1726) was a “renowned mathematician, astronomer and physicist.”((Ed Reese, Reese Chronological Encyclopedia of Christian Biographies, AMG Publishers (Chattanooga, Tennessee: 2007), p. 260)) who “left...

The Word of Faith Heresy

After studying the Word-Faith movement, Hank Hanegraaff, determined the Faith movement was considerably a cult, saying, “Given these definition of a cult, it is completely justified to characterize particular groups within...

Josephus’ Testimony of Christ: Evidence for Authenticity

Abstract: The authenticity of Josephus’ Testimony of Christ has been questioned since the 1600s. After presenting eleven arguments why it should be accepted as authentic, the context in which the Testimonium...

History of the Heresy of Transubstantiation

The doctrine of Transubstantiation in the Roman Catholic Church is defined in the Catechism of the Catholic Church as: “By the consecration the transubstantiation of the bread and wine into the...
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