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Can a people who can’t handle guns, handle the Scriptures?

God made the Bible this way, it is a sword and the sword is not safe, but it is good. Because of this it would be folly to treat the word of God in a way ...

The Marrow Controversy

The Marrow Controversy occurred in the 18th Century within the Church of Scotland. Ferguson observes that “at the root of the matter lay the nature of the grace of God in the gospel and how it ...

Book Review: What is Biblical Theology by Hamilton Jr.

What is Biblical Theology? “A guide to the Bible’s story, symbolism, and patterns” is written by James M. Hamilton JR. who is associate professor of biblical theology at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author ...

Book Review: Discipling by Dever

DISCIPLING: “How to help others follow Jesus” is a book written by Mark Dever PhD. He serves as senior pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, DC, and president of 9marks. He has authored many ...

Lessons from Joe M Simfukwe’s Ministry Impact

From the archives: picture of the day:  undated profile picture of Joe M Simfukwe, arguably the finest expository preacher in my estimation, to have graced the Zambian landscape. Every mention of or sight of JM evokes ...

THREE SYMPTOMS OF A LIFELESS CHRISTIAN

By Chopo Mwanza One danger for Christians is that one can pretend to be what they are not. It is possible to go through the ceremonies or Christianity rituals’ motions and yet be far away from ...

Grappling with Grief

By Don Odens The phone rang at 5:30 a.m. on Sunday, January 13, 2008.  The voice on the other end belonged to the male nurse who had cared for my father in a hospital during the ...

A Long Goodbye (Part Two)

By Don Odens My wife’s casket was before me as I stood at the pulpit to present a tribute and the funeral sermon for the love of my life on July 18, 2018.  Later, people asked ...