Is it true that 2 Timothy 3:16-17 refers only to the Old Testament since there was no New Testament yet? In actuality, some of the New Testament was already in existence by the time Paul wrote 2 Timothy. Paul likely wrote 2 Timothy not long before his death, which many believe to be around A.D.… Read More Bible Q&A: Is 2 Timothy 3:16-17 Talking Only About The Old Testament?
If one of our sources of authority is the examples set for us in the New Testament, and since Paul talks about the first century church fasting, why don’t Christians fast today? Are you sure that Christians DON’T fast today, as in at all, ever? After all, consider Christ’s directives about fasting in the Sermon… Read More Bible Q&A: Why Don’t Christians Fast Today?
Jesus had siblings. Were these Mary’s children? Yes. Mary remained a virgin until after Jesus’ birth, at which time she and Joseph consummated their marriage (Matt. 1:24-25). Thus, Jesus’ brothers and sisters would have been Joseph and Mary’s children (Mk. 6:3).
Here are my thoughts on the Gillette ad everyone’s been talking about over the past couple of days: The title of the video (“We Believe: The Best Men Can Be”) brought to mind 1 Corinthians 16:13-14: “…act like men. Be strong. Let all that you do be done in love.” That’s the best… Read More My Thoughts On The Toxic Masculinity Gillette Ad
Over at the Carolina Messenger this month, I interviewed a Christian mother and daughter and got their insights on how to better achieve unity in the church between older and younger generations by examining Titus 2:3-5 and 1 Timothy 4:12. You can check it out via A Mother And Daughter Look At Titus And Timothy… Read More A Mother And Daughter Look At Titus And Timothy