The doctrine of inerrancy upholds the truth that the Bible can be trusted in everything that it says. This article explains what this means by looking at the nature of the Bible, and the importance of upholding inerrancy. It answers objections to this doctrine.
The difference between John Calvin and the Westminster Confession is found in their historical context and theological methodology. Does this mean that they are different in their teaching? This article looks at points of similarities to show that their teachings are consistent.
Comparing the claims of postmodernism and the Bible on the subject of truth, this article shows that the starting point for biblical truth is found in God himself. This article shows how this impacts apologetics and the Christian life.
What the church needs for church planting and missions, God has provided in the book of Acts. Acts records the progress of the Word, and this article shows how this progress happened and what it means for the church today.
When we lose the holiness of God, sin loses its meaning, and the gospel becomes meaningless. This is what has happened; the church has lost a sense of God’s holiness. How did it happen and how can the church regain it? These are the questions this article will answer.
Two things constitute revival: a new enjoyment of God and many new converts join the church. This twofold pattern appears repeatedly in the book of Acts. This article comments on how revival can come the church today.
Biotechnology has put on the table the question of what is man. This article looks at the challenges posed by biotechnology and how Christians can respond to them by affirming the biblical view of man.