In a court there are five crucial principles used to test the credibility of a witness. Does the witness of the Gospels and Paul about the resurrection measure up? This article shows that the witnesses of the resurrection of Christ are credible, faithful, and true.
True science and Christian faith have often been allies in history instead of at odds with one another. This article shows how scientists in history were motivated by faith in God and aimed to understand his creation for his glory.
Idolatry is a question of lordship. This article shows that idolatry is a heart problem as well as a social problem. Thus, it is an important and serious subject in the Bible.
What does "baptized for the dead" mean in 1 Corinthians 15:29? The article considers the meaning.
With a view to the biblical view of the government, this article shows that the state’s authority is a derived one. Authority comes from God and should be exercised according to his design. It argues that when God is not acknowledged, the role of the state changes and it seeks to replace God. The author explains the biblical call for Christians in such a context.