The religious left tells us that budgets are moral documents. One report says the federal government runs 126 different anti-poverty programs. Has anyone noticed we still have poor people? Maybe we need another way. What does the Bible say about helping the poor?
Its critics denounce it as heretical and a gateway to licentiousness. Its manipulators indeed use it as a license to do what they please. Is there a balanced understanding of this revolution?
This study looks at the OT passages that Paul quotes in his writings, and the post places the references in categories.
Does your past haunt you? Are you bitter even about America’s past?
This post updates the one at American Thinker with supplemental Q&A. Now updated Feb. 2, 2017.
The Fathers quoted here lived in the first to third centuries. They are unanimous that John wrote the fourth Gospel.
The Fathers quoted here lived in the first to third centuries. They are unanimous that Luke wrote the third Gospel.
The Fathers quoted here lived in the first to third centuries. They are unanimous that Mark wrote the second Gospel.
The Church fathers quoted here lived in the first to third centuries. They are unanimous that Matthew wrote the first Gospel.
This article, the last one in the four-part series, has a focused goal. It provides evidence from the best New Testament textual critics that it is possible to reach back to the original (autograph) books and letters of the New Testament, though the originals no longer physically exist.
This article provides basic facts on how some of the New Testament manuscripts were discovered and how they are classified. It answers such questions as these: