Christians should enjoy reading the Bible, since through it we learn more about God.
This is the introduction and first chapter of a book which argues for the existence of God. The author maintains that atheism cannot be supported by science, and discusses the implications of believing in the existence of God. The focus of this section is the perspective of the Greek philosophers on religion. Is it true that religious ideas began with animism, developed into polytheism, and ended with monotheism?
This article looks at biblical passages, specifically Amos 7, that seem to suggest that God changes His mind. Looking at these passages through the perspective of the immutability of God and His omniscience, this article shows that God does not change His mind, but rather uses language that we can understand. Through this an evaluation of open theism is given.
Malachi 3:10 must be understood in the context of the Old Testament and in relation to the other laws. Therefore, it will be wrong to demand tithing from Christians today based on this text. This article shows that the New Testament encourages Christians to give in response to grace shown them. The author also discusses guidelines to giving and means of giving.