What role do the Children of God play in the salvation of Mankind? What is the “one-chance doctrine” of salvation and why is it taught so extensively? Does God truly give every human an equal opportunity to be saved?
When John spoke, in Revelation 1:10, of being carried in the spirit to see visions, he spoke of “the Lord’s Day”. What day was he referring to? Is there more than one “Lord’s Day”, and how will the answer affect our understanding of the visions of “The Revelation to John”?
Why do the friends and family we preach to often misjudge us? Why do they assign false motives to our efforts to share the truth of God’s word with them?
Who is the woman of Genesis 3:15? How did God put enmity between her and Satan? Why did he prophesy the creation of two lines of offspring and who are these?
How can we preach to Jehovah’s Witnesses so as to overcome false teaching and prejudice? This article offers some small counsel in this regard.
What is the Great Tribulation? Why was the tribulation of 70 CE the worst of all time? What tribulation is Matthew 24:29 pointing to?
In this second article in the “Our Salvation” series, we go back to the beginning to understand what was lost and thereby get an idea of what salvation includes.
This first article in the “Our Salvation” series examines if there is a non-Biblical basis to believe in the salvation of humankind.
The account of Jesus trial and death gives us clear indication of when we should be commemorating the Lord’s Evening Meal.
What did Jesus mean when he told us to “abide in him”?
Having left your faith, you encounter someone still in it. You wish to share the truths you’ve now discovered. How to go about it? There may well be a lesson from the incident involving Joseph and his silver cup.
Is the hope that Jehovah’s Witnesses preach from door to door a Scriptural reality, or have we all been taken in by a great piece of marketing propaganda?
Is there a distinction between living blood and non-living blood? When an Israelite ate blood (the flesh of an animal that had died on its own or was torn by another animal) why was the penalty a mere slap on the hand? Does the Apostolic Decree found at Acts 15:29 deal with a secondary issue that threatened the unity of the Christian congregation? Has leadership finally acknowledged the premise is myth?
Everything Jesus had to say about dealing with sinners within the congregation is encapsulated in Matthew 18:15-17. How can we apply those principles in the modern congregation?