This article was written in response to a number of queries we have received regarding an article by Kris Valloton called, ‘4 Reasons Why Women Are Oppressed In The Church (And Why It’s Not Okay)’.
So you want to study up on a particular topic in the Bible – where should you begin?
How can you get more out of your time in the Word?
To control a population, you must first control the population’s minds…
What kind of signs should we look for in order to identify false teaching?
A frequently asked question is, ‘What is the best translation of the Bible’? And related to this, ‘Is the KJV the only trustworthy Bible?’
How is it possible to read and study the Bible in a way that can cause us to know and love God more deeply?
The Church faces some complex challenges right now with the popularization of secular ideologies on race and racism which have crossed over into the Church.
Modern media platforms have sometimes produced malformed Christians. How can we avoid some of the pitfalls of online teaching content.
Peter, one of Jesus’ closest disciples, allowed his doctrine to get in the way of God moving in his life. Have you?
The responsibility to “contend for the faith” is given to every generation and we are no exception.
A Christianity divorced from the Old Testament God might be more comfortable, but it’s called heresy, and the true Church will not put up with it.
The bible is full of paradoxes. These “opposing truths” are often presented without any explanation of how such ideas can be reconciled but which are both true– just like the nature of light!
The gift of tongues is a mysterious gift that is frequently misused and misunderstood.
We are all well aware that we need grace to endure suffering! But do you know about that grace that comes through suffering?
Reading Christian books can often be confusing and unhelpful. How can we choose and read wisely?
How has the role of the prophet changed in the New Covenant?
The Old Testament can easily be ignored and ‘discarded’ in the modern day church. How can we treat it with the respect that it deserves?
Many modern teachers tell us that to fear God means that we are in awe of Him. Is this true?
The best-selling book called ‘The Shack’ will soon be released as a movie. Here is what you should know…
Do we experience the peace of knowing we’re ‘just’ following the Spirit’s gentle guidance? Is my life exhibiting this big characteristic of being a son in the house…
What should we do when two verses in the Bible seem to plainly contradict each other and Christians are divided?
In this second part of our discussion of the ‘Jewish Roots’ movement we examine the claim that we should be praying to ‘Yeshua’ not ‘Jesus’.
Should we be praying to “Yeshua” as Gentile believers? Are there deeper mysteries to be discovered in the original Hebrew text?
Adam shares an apologetic on why the Bible can still be trusted and valued in the modern era.
Michael d’Offay recounts a few stories from the rich history of the church and how they illuminate the modern day struggles of the church.
Andrew addresses some common objections to the notion of a “modern day apostle”.
“Giving someone this message is like arming a soldier with a wooden sword”. Mike expounds on yet another popular fake Gospel doing the rounds.
The office of the apostle is not a recent fad, it is as old as the church itself. Mike Davies reflects on the apostolic influence through church history.
A symptom of the ‘Self-Improvement Gospel’ – When you see other Christians struggling, you sometimes think: “they are not committed; they must get their act together; they must be devoted.”
“When I left advertising to become a full-time pastor I thought I was done with catchphrases. Turns out I wasn’t…”
Some think the laying on of hands are one of those new charismatic practices. But in fact, it’s as old as the Bible itself and part of the ABC’s of orthodox Christian faith.
It is a profound truth that the doctrine of the Trinity shapes our lives. As we look at who God is, we are able to see how we are called to live.
There is often a misunderstanding around the person of the Holy Spirit. This is perhaps due to his name, “Holy Spirit”, which to some has connotations of an impersonal force from God or some kind of mystical fog.