Henry Alford is best known as the author of the Thanksgiving hymn "Come Ye Thankful People Come." Among scholars, he is better known for his commentary on the Greek New Testament, on which he labored for… (Read more)
- April 28, 2010 |
What does the first-century church have to say to today's believers? Taking Scripture's timeless truths and blending them with aspects of contemporary culture, Driscoll and Breshears ask 12 basic questions. Here, they ask, "What is the Christian Life?"
- April 07, 2009 |
American Christians have a lot of virtues but historical mindedness isn’t one of them. As Americans we like to think that we’re the first to do most things but history demonstrates that to be false. We’re not the first Christians. We’re part of an ancient and widespread family.
- March 09, 2009 |
The lordship of Jesus is not simply a hope of Christians that someday might be realized; it is a truth that has already taken place.
- December 06, 2007 |
- June 01, 2007 |
The word "Apostle" signifies "one sent", while the word "disciple" means only "a learner." The twelve Apostles were sent into the world for a definite purpose, with explicit instructions from the Lord ...
- April 04, 2007 |