• Part 1 by

    Part 1

    • What is your opinion about the age of the earth and its theological significance?
    • Could Revelation 11:18 be interpreted in an ecological context?
    • Can you explain the Catholic doctrine of purgatory?
    • If salvation is based on God …

  • Part 2 by

    Part 2

    • How can God be omniscient, omnipresent, and omnipotent in his divine nature but not his human nature?
    • In John 4:24, what does it mean to worship God in Spirit and in Truth?
    • Since Satan cannot be omnipresent …

  • Renewing the Covenant by

  • Dividing the Land by

  • Facing the Alliance by

  • The Taking of Vows by

  • The Seriousness of Sin by

  • Jericho by

    According to the rules of war established by God, Joshua and the army of Israel were ordered to leave no survivors in Jericho. What was the purpose of the absolute destruction of the people of Jericho? Dr. Sproul addresses this …

  • The Warrior by

    Joshua had to lead the armies of Israel into many battles to rid the promised land of the existing nations. During one of those battles, Joshua suddenly encountered the Commander of the Lord’s army. Oddly, Joshua bowed down and …

  • Be Strong and Courageous by

    All of us have battles that we must overcome in our lives. Sickness, the death of loved ones, and financial crisis are just a few of the battles we face. If ever there were times we wanted to experience God …

  • Remembering the Works of God by

    Critics always try to find inconstancies in the Bible and always looking to explain away the miraculous with a naturalistic explanation. Some critics have tried to expect us to believe that the Red Sea was only knee deep. So what …

  • The Scarlet Cord by

    The book of Hebrews lists Rahab, the prostitute from Jericho, as one of the faithful in the company of Abel, Enoch, Noah, Abraham and Sarah. Why was Rahab listed among these prominent biblical figures? Some say it is because she …

  • Widows & Orphans by

    The world may argue that all religions are equal, but the one true God has declared that there is one faith, one Lord, and one baptism. How we treat widows and orphans is merely one important way to show the …

  • Oaths & Promises by

    In the fifth chapter of Matthew’s gospel, Jesus gave us a code of kingdom ethics that identifies Christians from the rest of the world. One command in particular seems to nullify and even condemn the use of oaths and …

  • A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: Liberalism by