- Christ Made Disciples, Not Knowledge Receptors
- Teamwork in the Church?
- Why is a Common Vision of Church Important?
- What is Church Again?
- Why Does God Allow Suffering?
- Is Jesus Really The Only Way To God?
- How Can I Be Sure Jesus Rose From The Grave?
- You Don’t Have To Be A Christian To Be A Social Reformer – But It Helps!
- How Lucky Do You Feel?
- The Scientific View is to Believe in a Creatior God
Monthly Archives: January 2011
Who would have thought a shepherd boy, fresh from the pastures that day, would defeat the giant of a man that had taunted the Lord’s armies for 40 days? Trained men of war who the Lord had previously enabled to … Continue reading
If a godly line of descendants came through Adam’s son Seth, why were only Noah and his immediate family saved in the days of the flood? I am not challenging the mainstream interpretation of a godly line of descendents from Seth, and … Continue reading
Is it important to love Christ? After all if I can convince myself and others that the outward appearance is satisfactory, does it then matter what the heart is like? If you read our Lord’s instructions to the church at … Continue reading
In Rev 2:5 the Lord Jesus Christ’s threatens to close a church that had works, separation from sin and intolerance to heresy, but not love. To the Lord Jesus Christ, whatever else a church may have, it must have love. … Continue reading
Why did God institute marriage and not a partnership? Are there any differences between these two ideas and does it matter if there are? God created marriage between male and female (Gen 1:27) for fellowship (Gen 2:18), to help in God given … Continue reading
Introduction Attempting to look at the scriptures on the family is a needful thing in our current time. We have record divorce rates and record social problems that have come from family breakdown. There is very often a lack of … Continue reading
The Apostle Paul gives a very clear and systematic presentation of the Gospel (the good news about Jesus Christ) in the book of Romans. Inaction, either for yourself or for others, is not an option after reading the book of … Continue reading
If we are unacquainted with our own sinfulness and holiness of God, the idea of God forgiving us seems easy – God will forgive my minor shortcomings won’t He? I am basically good after all, aren’t I? Martin Luther’s Search For Forgiveness … Continue reading
Introduction Sin’s power over us was absolute, and had the direst of consequences for our lives. Only Christ’s death on the Cross could break the power of such an immeasurably strong tyrant. Sin enslaved us, leading us into patterns of … Continue reading
Introduction The troubles of this world are real. But when we face these where do we turn? We can seek solace in the things of this world, perhaps a favourite pastime, good music or pleasant company. These things have value, … Continue reading
Introduction The development of church ministry will be examined under three different headings. Firstly the scriptural position will be examined. The apostles and prophets had a unique role to reveal the mystery of Christ, while the on going church structure … Continue reading
Introduction Charles Hodge (1797 – 1878) lectured at Princeton Seminary in New Jersey for over 50 years. In that time he influenced over 3000 students , and worked to slow the tide of the corrupting New School theology in Presbyterian … Continue reading
Introduction Martin Luther had a deep sense of the holiness of God, his own sinfulness, a prayerful spirit, and a steadfast uncompromising allegiance to the Word of God. May the Lord grant His people today such grace as to share … Continue reading