Is the New Testament reliable? This article answers in the affirmative, looking at the availability of manuscripts and the transmission process. The evidence points to the reliability of the New Testament text.
In society, the workforce is often divided into two groups: academics and tradesmen, with tradesmen often ranking the lower. Looking at 1 Thessalonians 4:11-12 and the context of the Thessalonians, the author shows a Christian understanding of work, with a focus on manual labour as work that has dignity before God. Christian may not be lazy or slothful.
This article discusses how we should celebrate the Lord's Day. What may/should we do on Sundays? Looking at Mark 2:27-28, this article shows that in His coming, Jesus freed His people from antinomianism as well as legalism. We must find a balance between these two extremes. Sunday should be a day of joyful delight in God, on which we glorify God with our actions.
Have you ever been asked to publicly lead in prayer? How can we prepare for praying publicly? This article discusses some common faults made in public prayer, and highlights some positive characteristics of public prayer.
The desire to be relevant has altered the way Christians worship and practice evangelism and apologetics. This article shows that true relevance is found by seeking what glorifies and pleases God. It is also found in revealing man's sin and showing him that his hope lies in Jesus Christ.