Lessons from Micaiah, the Unheralded Prophet

Hits: 18[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Manuscripts page.] Introduction Just as there are several men named “James” in the New Testament, there are several Old Testament characters named “Micaiah.” Although at least eight persons (including one woman) have this name,…

Still Not Convinced?

Hits: 5[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles 2 page.] Some seem to think that those of us who continue to warn of the perils of militant atheism and humanism are merely alarmists. They reason, “Surely, it couldn’t be all that…

Some Observations on Masonry

Hits: 15[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles 2  page.] Occasionally I am asked questions about the Masonic Lodge and whether a man can be both a faithful Christian and a faithful Mason simultaneously. It is a question worth considering, for…

Sowing and Reaping

Hits: 7[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles 2 page.] A bountiful, but bitter harvest of dishonor, immorality, profanity, drug and drink addiction and uncaring secularism have become commonplace in our beautiful America. They extend from the powerless and poor…

America’s Incontestable Bible Roots

Hits: 11 [Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Longer Articles page.] Dark and malevolent elements in our nation have led a powerful crusade in recent decades to obliterate any connection between the founding of our nation and the Bible. That the men…

The Church of Secularism

Hits: 12[Note:  This MS is available in  larger font on our Brief Articles 2  page.] Secularism is from a Latin term, meaning “relating to an age or period.” When used in a religious context, the secularist stands not only apart from, but also opposed to…

What Is the Restoration Principle, And Is It Scriptural?

Hits: 30[Note:  This MS is available in larger font on our Manuscripts  page.] Introduction Our title is composed of two questions. The first of these seeks definition of the “restoration principle.” Permit me to illustrate this definition by means of an automobile “allegory.” Automobiles have…

Politics and Religion—Liberals Will be Liberals

Hits: 7[Note:  This MS is available in larger font on our Longer Articles  page.] Introduction Railroad tracks run parallel to each other, as do numerous other things (e.g., lines on a music staff, window blinds, prison bars, et al.). Such items are not only aligned;…

New Testament Baptism

Hits: 13[Note:  This MS is available in larger font on our Longer Articles  page.] Perhaps there is no teaching of the New Testament over which more controversy has raged than the’ subject of baptism. This is not the case because the New Testament is ambiguous…

Back to Biblical Grace

Hits: 34[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Manuscripts page.] While Jerry and Patricia Norton were viewing the latest recorded episode of “24,” they were interrupted by a phone call. Caller ID indicated it was their neighbor, Bobby Crandall, two doors down…