The article deals with the deficiency that the author sees as appearing in most church worship and in the lives of believers today. These deficiencies include lack of proper doctrinal teaching such as on the doctrine of God, and substitution of useful teaching with increased attention to information that comes through television.
How can evil be compatible with the concept of a good God who is actively involved in and ruling this world? How does one find a place for a good God in a world where there are natural disasters? These are the questions that this article attempts to settle by analyzing the teaching on the providence of God.
Who is God? This article attempts to answer this question by dwelling on the subject of the doctrine of God.
When the Lord Jesus was born, the wise men brought him gifts. What was the significance of these gifts? This article weighs in, and discusses how by faith we may present the same kinds of gifts.
What constitutes a sacrament? There are four elements, and the article explains them
The Lord’s Supper is a sacrament meant to be observed again and again. This article explains that this is so because it is a reminder of the Lord's death but also an occasion for self-examination.
Adoption places the believer in a new status in terms of his relationship with God and God's people. His inheritance status changes also and he is given a new confidence in approaching God. This article explains these three changes.
This article advises on how one becomes a Christian.
What is the best news you have ever heard in your life? This article says the resurrection of Christ is the best news we have ever heard, since through it justification is secured, and victory over sin and eternal life are certain.
There is probably no point at which the Christian doctrine of God comes more into conflict with contemporary worldviews than in the matter of the providence of God. Providence means that God has not abandoned the world that he created, but rather works within that creation to manage all things according to the “immutable counsel of His own will”.