Scripture clearly warns us that there will be times when people who are called by God’s Name will quit listening to the actual words of God & will instead seek guidance from other sources. Such times are expressions of God’s judgment. READ MORE > > >
QUESTION Why should I believe the Bible? ANSWER The Bible makes claims about the creation of the universe, the nature of the God who created the universe and reigns supremely over it, and the fate of mankind. If these claims are true, then the Bible is the most important book in the history of mankind. If the … More QOTW – Why should I believe the Bible?
I received the following email from David Qaoud, whom I have been following for a number of years and thought I would pass it on: I’m a sucker for book recommendations for Christians (this is David Qaoud’s extensive list). I feel the right kind of proud when someone asks me for a book recommendation. One way … More Christian Book Recommendations
“It is the glory of God to conceal a matter,” writes the author of Proverbs, “but the glory of kings is to search things out.” The Biblical account of reality—that God created a world that was knowable and His image-beares to be knowers—powerfully explains the human drive to learn and investigate the world around us. It … More The Bible’s Accuracy Vindicated… Again
In the midst of evil, in a world in which the Christian faith is under attack, we need hope and assurance that evil will not have the last word. READ MORE > > >
Question: “What does it mean to be wise as serpents and harmless as doves (Matthew 10:16)?” Answer: In sending out the Twelve, Jesus said to them, “Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves” (Matthew 10:16, KJV). The NIV says, “shrewd as snakes … More QOTW – What does it mean to be wise as serpents and harmless as doves (Matthew 10:16)?
The Ten Commandments or the Law of God Series As we continue our study of the Ten Commandments, I thought the above quote appropriate in that it represents a large portion of the US population. Although some 68% identify as “Christian”1 if anyone really digs into those numbers, we know that they many are nominal … More Devotional Thought for Today – 11/01/21
President Biden and Isaiah 6: It’s Not Really About ‘Here Am I Send Me’ President Biden certainly isn’t the first President to misquote Scripture for political ends, only the most recent. Last week, in a speech responding to the terrorist attack on the airport in Kabul, Biden quoted from Isaiah 6:8, when the prophet answered the Lord’s call … More President Biden and Isaiah 6
What’s wrong with good old-fashioned “God and Country” patriotism and referencing the Good Book? Apparently, it’s so offensive some won’t stand for it… Source: A Book So Right, the Left Won’t Touch It
REFORMED BOOKS ONLINE The Best, Free, Biblical, Reformed Books & Articles Online Seeking the Peace & Purity of the Church One of the main aims of Church discipline, which should also be the aim of all Christians, is to seek the peace and purity of Christ’s Church. It is not always readily clear, however, what … More Seeking the Peace & Purity of the Church
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