• Ecclesiastes, Job, and the Song of Solomon by

    The Bible has never been without controversy. That is because it speaks on the deep issues of life that we are all acquainted with intimately. We all have our own personal way of dealing with these issues—often to our detriment …

  • Elijah by

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  • Entering the Kingdom by

    What is the relationship between the church and state? Does the church have the right to criticize the state’s performance as the civil magistrate? Has the church gagged herself out of fear of the government? In this weekend edition of …

  • Epilogue by

    Without question, the Apostle Paul was a man sold-out for the gospel. To his dying day, he preached the Word every opportunity that was given him regardless of the consequence. Not all of us are called to be preachers, but …

  • Eternal Appointment by

    The Reformed doctrine of election finds much opposition in the American church today. That is strange since the scriptures explicitly say that God has chosen, predestined, and appointed His elect. Does God merely provide opportunities to believe the gospel or …

  • Exchanging the Truth for a Lie by

    Not everyone has heard the gospel. Not everyone has had a chance to read the Bible for themselves. Not everyone was born in a Christian home with the opportunity to go to church. That being true, how can God judge …

  • Ezekiel by

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  • Faith and Works (Part 1) by

    James 2:24 explicitly says that a person is saved by works and not by faith alone. But this seems to be teaching the exact opposite of what the early Reformers taught as they rigorously debated the Roman Catholic Church …

  • Faith and Works (Part 2) by

    James 2:24 clearly says that we are not saved by faith alone. In fact, James tells us that we are saved by works. In case you haven’t noticed, that is exactly what the Roman Catholic church has been teaching …

  • Fear God, Keep His Commandments by

    What is the meaning of life? For so many, this question has led to endless pursuits of pleasure, achievement, and contentment. After all our study, toil, and pursuit of wisdom, after all our suffering and endurance, when it is all …