False Teachers and the Christian Duty in Times of Apostasy 1: A Study of Jude

The Bible is a profound book full of the mysteries of God. When read in the interest of true spirituality, its teachings are able to make one "wise unto salvation" and to turn one from the deadly path of spiritual error into the pathways of truth and righteousness. Without its spirit-inspired guidance, the believer's life … Continue reading False Teachers and the Christian Duty in Times of Apostasy 1: A Study of Jude

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The Exhortation of Barnabas

The book of Acts is a unique church document. All serious believers should always find time to read it constantly so that they can learn from the purest presentation of true biblical Christianity of the first century. Today, we are witnessing a different kind of Christianity that is far removed from that of the apostolic … Continue reading The Exhortation of Barnabas

Synoptic Parallels: What we learn from them and how we may use them today

In doing textual analysis, one is confronted by certain similarities and differences in the Gospel accounts of Jesus’ ministry. However, if the intended purposes of the author are discerned from the initial moment, then Gospel parallels are not difficult to understand. Rather, an examination of the New Testament documents will show that each writer wrote … Continue reading Synoptic Parallels: What we learn from them and how we may use them today

How to Use Critical Analysis in the Study of the Four Gospels

Bible study is an amazing adventure; it leads to faith. However, in recent years, many people have moved from belief to skepticism because, instead of coming to the Bible with an open mind, many people have begun to see the Bible as a mere product of human geniuses. One particular section of the Bible that … Continue reading How to Use Critical Analysis in the Study of the Four Gospels