Why did the ancient Greeks and Romans have no place for hospitals? This article indicates that paganism had no real basis for compassion. But as Christ is full of compassion, Christians sought to emulate that compassion, which provided the driving force behind early Christian medical care.
This article explains the need to pray for the forgiveness of sins especially in a culture where sin is being denied even in the church. Confessing our sins is a way provided by God to deal with our guilt.
Crime increase is not rooted in poverty or single-parent families. Its basic root is when people turn their backs against God. It seems that the best way to keep crime under control is to cultivate traditional virtues in each rising generation.
Does Scripture make a promise that divine healing is a blessing that flows out of Christ's atoning work? This article shows that this passage does not promise physical healing based on Christ’s atonement. Total healing will only come when Christ returns.
The division between the sacred and secular has affected how Christians think about their work. This article shows that the coming of Christ, the goodness of creation, and the priesthood of all believers destroy this division.
This article shows that the danger facing the church today is not the size of the church, but the spiritual health of the church. For it is this that determines the success of the church against Satan.