This article shows that humour is not foreign to scripture; in fact, God Himself expresses a sense of humour. This article discusses what good Christian humour is.
This article provides a brief history of healthcare and the beginning of hospitals. The author shows that Christians provided compassionate heathcare based on an understanding of man being created in the image of God and the command to love one's neighbour. Therefore, Christian caregivers today should still be motivated by this same conviction.
This article gives an overview of the life of Martin Luther and John Calvin, with focus given to the way in which they thought about each other and their differences in doctrine, especially on the Lord's Supper. Christians can be encouraged and learn from Luther and Calvin's appreciation for each other despite their differences.
This author of this article, while acknowledging the good use of technology, gives attention to the dangers of technology. There often is the temptation to allow technology to replace faith and hope in God, ushering in ideas of utopia and practical atheism. This is especially true in the case of medical technology.
This article looks at the topic of depression. Emphasis is given to the causes of depression, how not to help, and how to help those struggling with depression.
This article examines biblical teaching on polygamy. Looking at the reasons why God allowed polygamy in the Old Testament, the author shows that this does not mean that this is the way God designed marriage from the beginning. Marriage is intended to be a monogamous relationship between one man and one woman.
This article looks at the impact of freedom of choice on the promotion of abortion, as well as the role feminism plays in promoting abortion. A call is made to the church and Christians in how they should react when facing such hostility. How must we evaluate this huge focus on choice in our society today?