Reasons to have Confidence in the Biblical Text

Introduction Coming from a country that has witnessed a proliferation of men who have called themselves “prophets” and where their voices have become the notable sounding trumpets of true spirituality, one wonders why the writer still believes the Bible to God’s only true inspired, inerrant and authoritative world. The religious atmosphere in the writer’s country … Continue reading Reasons to have Confidence in the Biblical Text

The Christian Culture

Introduction Christians are the “called out” ones, God’s ekklesia, and His community of redeemed people. This community is called to be holy and separate from the world yet not detached from the world in a technical sense. The Lord thus expects the Christians to be the salt and light of the world by showing the … Continue reading The Christian Culture

Revelation, Inspiration and Authority

Introduction On the core of the Christian faith is the sound framework of a strong belief in the existence of a personal God who has revealed Himself to humanity in many various ways.[1] For the Christian, everything else concerning Christianity rises and falls upon this cardinal truth of God’s revelation. God has chosen to reveal … Continue reading Revelation, Inspiration and Authority

Denial of God Among Christians Today (Part 1)

These past weeks, I have devoted myself to a renewed fresh study of the biblical text. My aim has been simple: to look at the ancient record of God’s dealings with ancient Israel and the lessons that we can learn from them as today’s Christians who are living at a time when a great exodus … Continue reading Denial of God Among Christians Today (Part 1)

An Exegesis of 1 Corinthians 11:17-34

1 Corinthians 11:17-34 Introduction The New Testament epistles contain many important lessons for believers today.  Although they were written for their primary audience, the church today can discover vital principles of godly behavior and worship that is expected of Christians for all time. The first epistle to the Corinthians suggests that there were several problems … Continue reading An Exegesis of 1 Corinthians 11:17-34