All that miserable tale of the Devil and Eve, and an Intercessor with the childish mummeries of the God of the Jews, is irreconcilable with the knowledge of the stars.
The heavens are telling the glory of God; and their expanse is declaring the work of His hands. Day to day pours forth speech, and night to night reveals knowledge. There is no speech, nor are there words, where their voice is not heard.
Copyright laws are not founded upon prohibitions against theft but rather upon special privileges for the few.
Broken oaths, cowardly betrayals, and internal dissensions bring storms of persecutions to the Covenanters.
Feminist antagonism is driven by a non-Christian fixation with rights, but a sound theology of the cross liberates us from politicizing the purposes of God.
A Biblical notion of compassion stands as a challenge to the Pro-Live movement and the statist spirit of our age.
Some of the harder questions about commonly accepted forms of "bluffing" demand a more careful Biblical analysis.
Wes Callihan's fiction gives us a breather in New Orleans.
An excerpt from a W.G.T. Shedd sermon demonstrates why the gospel will triumph.
Doug Wilson shows how those who oppose foreordination destroy free will.
Doug Jones rejects non-Christian thought but Keith Parsons and Michael Martin still want to hold on.
David Hall reviews recent theological essays of note.
Norlan DeGroot welcomes Oskar Skarsuane's The Reality of the Incanation
Notable truths, fallacies, and arrogances making the rounds.