First Principles
December 23, 2022
Paul will take advantage of the situation using Greek rhetoric to get his point across.
November 25, 2022
Last month, we looked at the initial reaction of the Athenians to Paul’s preaching. They thought, by teaching about Jesus and the resurrection, that Paul was talking about some new gods—or demons—that they had never heard of before. Paul will take advantage of the situation using Greek rhetoric to get his point across.
October 25, 2022
In last month's article, we began considering Paul’s speech in Athens as it relates to what the Bible teaches us about demons.
September 25, 2022
While we might like to read “demon-possessed man” as “man with schizophrenia,” that’s not what the term means.
August 25, 2022
When we think of first principles, we talk about fundamental things to our faith and religion. So, what is the most basic of all first principles, the foundation on which everything else gets built? The question answers itself.
May 25, 2022
The account of the golden calf in Exodus 32 wasn’t an isolated incident in history.
April 25, 2022
For many people today, the doctrine of the Trinity defines what it means to be a Christian. How did the idea of the consubstantiality of the Godhead come about?
February 25, 2022
Have you ever debated with someone, perhaps from another church, about doctrine and come away from the discussion thinking, “Well, what was the point of that?”
January 25, 2022
It is essential that we know Christ and not merely the Bible that describes him.
December 24, 2021
Jesus did not want his disciples to be deceived in their earnest desire for his coming by the many false Christs and false prophets that would rise up before he would come in his Kingdom glory. Jesus knew these impostors would succeed in deceiving many.
October 25, 2021
This article discusses the true principles and the uncertain details about the millennial temple.
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