Is Undenominational Christianity Possible?

Visits: 32[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: 27[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)…

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

Visits: 21[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: 24[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…

Commentary on and Review of K.C. Moser’s The Way of Salvation and The Gist of Romans

Visits: 157[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Manuscripts page. Introduction This chapter reviews two books, rather than one book, both by the late K.C. Moser: The Way of Salvation and The Gist of Romans). The rationale for this dual review is…

Salvation By “Faith Only”

Visits: 47[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles 2  page. In spite of the plainest teachings of the New Testament, men persist in teaching the doctrine of salvation by “faith only.” History reveals that the doctrine was first given great…

Biblical Faith—No. 2

Visits: 285[Note:  This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles 1 page.]  Faith and belief are so much the basic response God requires of men that one or the other is often used as a synecdoche (i.e., a figure of speech in which…

Too Many “Onlys”

Visits: 37[Note:  This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles  page.]             The billboard beside the church building contained six words, setting forth the congregation’s basic creed: Grace Only Faith Only Scripture Only             Apparently, these words were also intended to convey the…

Reject, But Don’t Deny—#1

Visits: 30[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles 2 page.] God has never forced anyone to obey Him. Likewise, Jesus Christ, His Son, never coerced anyone to serve Him. Rather, He invites men to follow Him: “Come unto me…” (Mat. 11:28)….