What About the Old Testament?—No. 6

Visits: 12[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles-3 page.]             If people who have lived since the crucifixion of Christ are no longer under the Law of Moses (Cor. 2:14; Heb. 9:15–17, etc.), what profit is there in its continued…

The Church—No. 2 (How People Become Members)

Visits: 17[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles-2 page.]             Jesus built His church on the first Pentecost after His resurrection. How did people become members of it? This is an all-important question for those truly interested in being in…

 Notes on the Pentateuch—No. 2 (The Book of Exodus)

Visits: 17[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles-1 page.]             The theme of the second book of the Bible and the source from which it draws its name is in Exodus 19:1: “In the third month after the children of…

Is Undenominational Christianity Possible?

Visits: 26[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles-1 page.]             To most people, “denominationalism” and “Christianity” are the same thing. Do modern men have the courage and objectivity to accept and face what the Bible teaches about the New Testament…

Faith and Works

Visits: 18[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles-1 page.] Are men saved by faith or works? Roman Catholicism offers salvation based on works of merit. In 1517, Martin Luther rebelled against Catholicism specifically over the sale of indulgences (i.e., permits)…

Practical Points on Prayer

Visits: 17[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles–2 page.]             The Lord wants us to be a people of prayer (Luke 19:46), but too often we are like the apostles in Gethsemane, sleeping when we should be praying (Mark 14:37–38)….

Barnabas, a Good Man

Visits: 13[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles 1 page.] The adjective good is applied to men very sparingly in the New Testament. In fact, it is used only in reference to Joseph of Arimathea and Barnabas and by the…

New Testament Conversions (No. 11)—Summary of Conversions

Visits: 13[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles-1 page.]             We have surveyed the subject of “New Testament Conversions” in ten previous articles in this series of brief articles in The Scripture Cache. This survey covered nine distinct cases of…

New Testament Conversions (No. 6)—The Conversion of Cornelius

Visits: 13[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles-1 page.]          Cornelius is introduced to us as a man of rank in the Roman army and resident of the city of Caesarea (Acts 10:1).  He was an unusually spiritual man, described…

Studies in Evolution — No. 13

Visits: 8[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles 2 page.]             Much more could be said on this subject, but with this article, the series will be brought to a close. Perhaps it is appropriate to conclude with some summary statements….