Our character is of first importance in our endeavor to understand and teach the Bible. Here are ten basic tips for becoming a skilled interpreter of Scripture.Read More
When we talk about "sola scriptura," we are not saying that Christians should only read the Bible and nothing else. If your sink gets clogged, a plumbing manual will be of more use than anything in the Old or New Testament. Here's what sola scriptura means and why it matters for you today.Read More
For most Americans through the first half of the 20th century, the KJV was “the” English translation. For many evangelicals through the 1980s, the NIV became the go-to translation. Is there a preferred translation Christians should use?Read More
Do your works have anything to do with your salvation in Christ? Here's what "faith alone" means and why you need to know it.Read More
For a while I was part of a sportsman’s ministry that hosted a class for the required Hunter’s Safety course in Missouri. There was always one issue that stumped even some of the students’ parents who were well versed in hunting. It was the idea that if you violated a game law—knowingly or unknowingly—you were still acting illegally and could be subject to the consequences. Here's why the same is true for every human being when it comes to keeping God's law.