Ancient Religion

Introduction The study of ancient religions is a fascinating study to the student of Bible and theology, especially when one encounters the stern warnings against meddling in the religions that surrounded Israel's neighbors. Throughout the Bible, Yahweh is seen as a jealous God who abhors the worship of the pagans' gods and desires his chosen … Continue reading Ancient Religion


Old Testament Theology

This essay is an attempt to show the writer’s theology of the Old Testament. By using the term “Old Testament theology,” the writer is of the opinion that the Old Testament is his source for understanding God, and that, ideas found within the text of the Hebrew Scriptures help to shed more light on the … Continue reading Old Testament Theology

Communicating Praise and Wisdom to a Modern Audience

  Growing on the African continent, the writer has come to witness that most churches in Africa are familiar with many parts of the biblical books that are called The Writings, such as Job, Psalms, Proverbs, etc. In most churches, the use of musical instruments is well referenced to have been informed by the book … Continue reading Communicating Praise and Wisdom to a Modern Audience

Do Demons Exist Today?

Throughout the world today, the belief in demons exist in varying measures. There are some who strongly believe that demons exist and are alive on planet earth. Others are skeptical of their existence and dismiss the idea of demons as a superstitious myth of the heathens. Christians and unbelievers both share almost equal beliefs. Others … Continue reading Do Demons Exist Today?

ZERO Tolerance (Part 1)

Part 1: God against Sexual Perverts The world today is in a spiritual, ethical, and social dilemma. Taboos and abominations have now become the accepted norms in our societies. Those who used to practice evil in the dark, have been afforded the chance to showcase their evils in broad daylight in the name of human … Continue reading ZERO Tolerance (Part 1)

Lifeboats and Maps for the Titanic Faith of the Western Church (Book Review)

Title: Lifeboats and Maps for the Titanic Faith of the Western Church Author: Galyn Wiemers Publisher: Last Hope books and Publications, 2015, 286 pages. The last days are marked by a great time of apostasy. Many professing believers will fall away from the faith. Strange tempests of doctrinal winds are hovering over us, and it … Continue reading Lifeboats and Maps for the Titanic Faith of the Western Church (Book Review)