Thomson B Thomas is an evangelist and Bible teacher based in Mumbai, India. He has authored many books (mostly Christo-centric) and contributes regularly to Christian periodicals. He holds a Masters degree in philosophy and religion, and is keenly involved in ministering at conferences and churches, both in India and abroad.
Judas used the symbol of affection and honour to betray the Son of Man in what was the vilest acts in history. Why didn’t he just point Him out instead?
If God cannot disagree with Himself, why do the Father and the Son seem to have differing views on unclean foods?
The last book of the Bible was completed more than more than 1,900 years ago. How can it be relevant to us living in the 21st century?
Sometimes, circumstances cause us to wonder if some things or people are jinxed. Can wicked forces or the ‘evil eye’ affect believers?
The violence of Jesus’ death on the cross is often seen as abhorrent. A frequently asked question is why atonement has to involve bloodshed at all?
Christ's suffering on the cross accomplished our salvation once for all. A reader asks why Colossians seems to be espousing poor theology at first glance
Was it right for Peter & Co. to cast lots for a replacement for Judas, considering there's a stronger case for Paul to be part of the Twelve?
Over the years, the church has developed several practices. But if the Scripture is all-sufficient, what place do we accord such customs?
Scholars dispute the origin of the story in John describing the Lord’s interaction with the woman caught in adultery. What should believers make of it?
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