Here's what I experienced when visiting a Syrian Orthodox church as part of a research project.
A short summary and review on the fiction novel Shadow of a Galilean. It follows the gospel events and provides insight to the historical context during that time.
What can we learn from Paul's preaching to the Athenians in the book of Acts?
Some American universities have been around for centuries. Their mottos may give insight to their origins, shedding light on their progression.
It is easy to become discouraged in our daily responsibilities for a number of reasons. What's one helpful way to overcome this?
Gospel freedom is often met with accusations of licentiousness. If we're no longer under the law, what place does it have in the Christian life?
What's at the core of these two errors? Are they opposite ends of a spectrum or something else?
What is the Law of God? What is our relation to it as Christians?
I thought it might be smart not to drink after turning 21. While there's nothing wrong with this decision, I figured the benefits could be just as good the other way.
There are plenty of ways to use Essential Oils. Some are legitimate, but others aren't so much. What should we make of these claims?
What does saving faith look like? Can we overcomplicate this important issue?
The Foothold's in the Bible are God's blood-bought promises that "are yes in Him".
We hear this benediction in many New Testament epistles. Is it anything more than just a customary greeting?
What do people mean when they say "Don't touch God's anointed"? Is this the correct interpretation, or a way to shield false teachers?
Our actions can be a witness to the gospel, but can they actually preach it?
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Many Christians use Psalm 46:10 as a type of contemplative prayer, but is this correct when considering the context? This verse can still be a comfort for Christians, but for the right reasons.