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…

What About the Old Testament?—No. 5

Visits: 11[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles-3 page.]             When Christ died on the cross, the authority of the Old Testament died with Him, being nailed to the cross (Col. 2:14). Christ is now our mediator of a better…

What About the Old Testament?—No. 4

Visits: 10[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles-3 page.]             None who have lived since Jesus Christ died on the cross have been responsible for any of the commands of the Old Testament. That body of religious law was “nailed…

The Significance of the Cross

Visits: 23[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles-2 page.]             The cross is the single most enduring symbol of Christianity. Paul said he would not glory in anything except the cross of his lord (Gal. 6:14). The cross remains an…

The Great Commission

Visits: 23[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles-2 page.]             When Jesus told His apostles to preach the Gospel to all creation so that all men might have opportunity to be saved, He gave them what is commonly called, “The…

Respect for Bible Terms—No. 4

Visits: 25[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles-2 page.]             One does not really respect the Word of God unless he respects the words of the Word of God, for the words are inspired (1 Cor. 2:13). Lack of respect…

Notes on the Pentateuch—No. 5 (The Book of Deuteronomy)

Visits: 18[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles-1 page.]             Deuteronomy means “second law,” not in the sense of an additional body of law besides the one revealed in Exodus, Leviticus, and Numbers, but in the sense of a repetition…

Notes on the Pentateuch—No. 3 (The Book of Leviticus)

Visits: 17[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles-1 page.]             Leviticus is the center book of the five books of the Law of Moses, both numerically and by subject matter. Its name derives from the priestly tribe of Levi and…

Moses, Jesus or Both?

Visits: 10[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles 1 page.] One of the sharpest points of contention among religionists that purport to believe in the Bible concerns which part of the Bible is currently authoritative. Judaism continues to reject Jesus…