The Early Reformation

Andy Sochor | Kentucky, USA The four previous articles in this series focused on the apostasy that led to the development of the Roman Catholic Church. This was the product of the mindset that Paul warned the brethren in Thessalonica about: “Now we request you, brethren, with regard to the coming of our Lord Jesus

Why I Want To Marry A Christian

By Ward Plato Living a life that is pleasing to God in this day and age is becoming increasingly difficult. Look at all the things that Satan and his army bombard us with on a daily basis. Sexual immorality, drunkenness, obscene music, movies, books, and television shows; not to mention immodest dress and the various

Review of Books on Bible Colleges

Osamagbe Lesley Egharevba | Lagos, Nigeria Of Bible schools and/or colleges, countless works and scholarly materials exist wherein writers devoted their scholarship towards expounding their take on the issue to the best of their ability. Several views and positions have been taken on this issue. Particularly, concerning the training of Gospel preachers, many think that

Weddings and Funerals — Review No. 2

By Ralph D. Williams Brother Weldon Warnock and I agree the church is not in the business of providing for weddings and funerals. I’m sure we’d agree that such is an individual and family responsibility (1 Cor. 7:2; 1 Tim. 5:8). Yet, when the meetinghouse is used for these affairs, who has provided the place?

A Crisis in Christianity

By Fanning Yater Tant – THE BIBLE BANNER, 1938 Unless the Wave of Doctrinal Inertia and Relaxation Is Checked We Are in         Danger of Degenerating Rapidly Into “Just Another Denomination.”  As the stone thrown into the lake will cause waves to reach even the farthest shore, so any idea, attitude, or experience on the part of any

A Model Of Good Deeds

By Rowland Femi Gbamis Text: Faithful is the saying, and concerning these things, I desire that thou affirm confidently, to the end, that they who have believed God may be careful to maintain good works. These things are good and profitable unto men (Titus 3:8-ASV). I have heard the story of a little girl in a

Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People?

Jefferson David Tant | Tennessee, USA God could have created Adam and Eve as robots. He could have programmed into them whatever commands He wanted them to do, just as we may do a computer or some other machine. But God didn’t want a bunch of robots running around performing His commands by the pushing

Does God still call people today?

By Emmanuel Oluwatoba | Niger, Nigeria Throughout the Bible, God called people to carry out his will. He called Samuel (1 Sam. 3:4-10), Jeremiah (Jer. 1:4-8) and many other persons through different means and for different purposes. Today, many “religious leaders” have one thing in common and that is the claim to have been called

How Can A Person Work Righteousness?

By Osamagbe Lesley Egharevba The religion of Christ requires that one must do something before he can be saved. Cornelius was told by the angel to send for Peter who “will tell you what you must do” (Acts 10:6). When Peter got to the house of Cornelius, he declared that “In truth I perceive that

Was Jesus Created By God?

By Samuel Matthews “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. The same was in the beginning with God. All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made” (John 1:1-3). KJV Loved one, is there a possibility that