Messianic Prophecies of the First Coming

And beginning at Moses and all the prophets, he expounded unto them in all the scriptures the things concerning himself. (Luke 24:27)   1.       Gen. 3:15 a.       Gal. 4:4 b.      1 Tim. 2:15 2.       Gen. 9:27 a.      ...

New Evangelicalism: brief history of compromise

Raymond L. Teachout draws the historical development of the all inclusive mentality in churches. “Finding its origins in German higher critical thinking, liberalism crept into the Protestant scene of North America...

Resurrection: Theological Implication and Applications

The resurrection is the central doctrine of Christianity. Sadly, today, the idea of resurrection is limited to the study of Christ’s resurrection as being evidence for Christianity. For example, Henry Morris...

What Makes a Reliable Bible Version?

With hundreds of English Bible versions to pick from today, the question must be asked, “What makes a reliable Bible Version?” It is obvious that they are not all the same;...

Spiritual Warfare: Truths and Errors

Within the past few decades a false idea of spiritual warfare has arisen amongst Christian circles with an overwhelming influence which has caused much confusion about the topic. Thomas Ice and...

Should Christian Women wear Cosmetics?

A biography of Amy Carmichael relates, “One night when she was young, she had asked Jesus for blues eyes. Mother had said that Jesus hears our prayers and answers them. But...

Why Dinosaur are NOT Millions of Years Old

In a previous article we documented a number of discoveries revolving around soft tissues and even DNA found within fossils that secular scientist have dated to millions of years old.((see Heath...

Should Christian Hold a Higher Moral Standard?

The question of whether Christians should be held to a higher moral standard is one that has sparked various emotional responses due to biblical illiteracy of many who claim to be...

Is Rome “Babylon” in the Book of Revelation?

Biblical scholars have debated over the reference of Babylon in the book of Revelation as to what its identity is. This debate is rather recent since in the past it had...

Adam’s Fall: Is It Historical?

As we consider the historicity of the account of Adam’s Fall, we must understand that it is an all pervasive aspect of Christian theology, not just an event that occurred in...
- Advertisement -