In his 2006 book “The God Delusion,” atheist Richard Dawkins says that the Bible is a worthless piece of evidence for the existence of God. Oh really?
Even though a worship leader may be blessed with great natural talents, true worship isn’t about him. But if worship isn’t a display of his gifts, then what is a leader’s task?
In his book “The God Delusion,” Richard Dawkins says that the Yahweh of the Old Testament is guilty of murdering innocent babies. Supposedly, the morality natural to atheism is vastly superior to that of scripture.
A Bible school teacher is often the first person in a child’s life to spiritually influence him. So what is her primary task?
In the second chapter of his book “The God Delusion,” Richard Dawkins charges the God of the Old Testament with monstrous wrongs. His argument is: “Since I hate your God, you shouldn’t believe in him.” Oh really?
The word “preacher” implies preaching. The word “elder” suggests spiritual maturity and leadership. But what does “deacon” mean?
In 2006, Richard Dawkins published his book “The God Delusion.” In the first chapter of the book, this famous atheist suggests that faith is stupid. Is he right?
The word “elder” is certainly biblical. But in the churches of Christ, has it become somewhat detached from the task God has called church leaders to perform?
In his final discourse, Jesus tells his disciples that he is the vine and they are the branches (John 15:1-5). What does he mean?
John the Baptist was in prison. Feeling depressed, he sent messengers to Jesus expressing his doubts: “Are you the one who is to come, or shall we look for another?” (Matt. 11:3). The Lord’s reply includes a unique blessing.