In the Gospels, Jesus often used illustrations to make His point. But why would He refer to clothing and wine when asked about fasting?
As complex and brilliant as the doctrine of the Trinity is, many seem to think it has very little backing from the first part of the Bible. Is this a fair assessment?
The Bible is firmly divided into old and new Testaments, and we know we live in the age of ‘grace’. That begs a question: is the Law still relevant to us?
Christians are content to lean on Scripture as their primary source about Jesus. But what do we know of Him from outside the Bible?
For a book written by 40 authors over a period of roughly 2,000 years, the natural question is: how did the ‘Good Book’ come to be?
For centuries, Christians have staked their lives on the gospel. If it really is the power of God to save us for eternity, then we need to know what it is
The clear pattern of the New Testament is for plurality when it comes to assembly leadership. And there are several reasons why
Spiritual maturity, unity and Biblical models of effectiveness and leadership are better measures of growth than mere numbers
In the last part of this series, we look at specific instances of divine judgment in the past to understand why they were so severe
It's easy to look at the 'harshness' of the Law, and declare God too severe — but we’re missing out if we only see what we want to see
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