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?
In this final part of the Decalogue series, find out how the last three laws apply to us — and whether God would hold us guilty for flouting them today
“Love your neighbour” is a wonderful way to sum up the second section of the 10 commandments. And God tells us exactly what that looks like
What do instructions to guard our speech and to rest well have to do with worshipping God? A lot more than you might imagine
Worship is the highest duty of man. But God has certain rules about how to go about it too — laws that were given for our good
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?
The story of the three wise men bearing gifts for baby Jesus is a familiar one. But the legendary trio are about far more than a good Christmas tale
Does the OT practice of “giving 10 per cent to God” hold for Christians today? Find out how to develop a discipline of generosity that pleases the Lord
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?
A reader asked: If God’s complete plan of salvation was only revealed after Christ came, how were they saved who lived before Him?
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
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