• Peter’s Vision by

    Usually in a good mystery novel, the mystery is revealed at the end of the story. But the book of Acts doesn’t take that approach. In fact, the mystery revealed in the tenth chapter marks the beginning of a …

  • Prison Epistles by

    The apostle Paul, suffered extraordinary levels of peril, was arrested many times and had a prison record that was certainly unenviable. At some point during these imprisonments, he wrote four very significant letters that are called the “Prison Epistles of …

  • Prison Epistles by

    The apostle Paul, suffered extraordinary levels of peril, was arrested many times and had a prison record that was certainly unenviable. At some point during these imprisonments, he wrote four very significant letters that are called the “Prison Epistles of …

  • Proverbs by

    Are the critics right? Does the Bible really have contradictions? If not, then what do we do with difficult Bible passages that seem to contradict one another? Certainly embracing contradictions would not be wise. Continuing this series on Wisdom, Dr …

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  • Qualities of Christ by

    The New Testament reveals to us that Jesus was more than a miracle-working Messiah from Bethlehem. In fact, He has qualities that precede His own birth. John the Baptist introduced Him to the world as the Lamb of God. Many …

  • Questions and Answers by

  • Questions & Answers by

      When Christ redeemed us from sin and death, He incorporated all believers into His body. It is therefore critical to understand the nature and calling of the church that we might be effective members of the one body that is …

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  • Reasoning from the Scriptures by

    Is it a mere coincidence that the life of Jesus just so happened to fulfill every Messianic prophecy in the Old Testament? The Apostle Paul didn’t think so. And after searching the Scriptures themselves, the Bereans became persuaded that …

  • 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 …

  • Renewing the Covenant by

  • Right Now Counts Forever by

      “Utterly meaningless! Everything is meaningless” (Ecclesiastes 1:2). Ecclesiastes was written long ago, but the teacher’s message couldn’t be more relevant. His ancient voice of despair is echoed by countless intellectual and cultural elites in our era. Into …

  • Riot at Ephesus by

    As fallen sinners, we are predisposed to idolatry. Every people group in every time in every place has had its own idols. What is the church’s responsibility in our modern culture? How should we address the idols of today …