While authors of the New Testament all use “kingdom of God” in their writings, the apostle Matthew chose to use both “kingdom of God” and “kingdom of heaven.” Why did he do that, and are they the same thing? Learn about a few of the theories surrounding this fascinating topic. Read More….
Do you know anyone who doesn’t eat bacon or shrimp for faith reasons? The Old Testament clearly details God’s dietary regulations, but did you know He later rescinded those rules? Find out what he did and how it forever changed what’s on the menu. Read More….
Thirteen books, or letters, in the New Testament are attributed to the apostle Paul. But critics suggest he didn’t really write all of them, that half of them are forged. Learn their arguments, how theologians respond, and who the true author is. Read More….
In the New Testament, Jesus is often described as our kinsman-redeemer, but what does that mean? What is a kinsman-redeemer, and why is it important? The book of Ruth offers us insight and beautifully illustrates how Jesus is the right one to restore us forever. Read More….
This weekend includes the Day of Pentecost, the day the Holy Spirit was given to us by the Father. It’s a day few people or churches recognize. Learn why it’s an important event in both the Christian and Jewish faiths and why we all should be celebrating it. Read More….