Fruit flies seem an unusual subject to talk about, but these nasty little creatures are very similar to our sin problem.
Sin is central to the human condition, and a proper understanding of it is necessary to the solution offered by the Christian faith. But what is sin?
The Greek word for grace (charis) is often translated with the English word “favour”. But there is one point that is often missed according to the custom of the ancient world.
Most of the Bible is made up of various accounts of how God has worked throughout history to implement the plan of salvation, but the books of Daniel and Revelation focus particularly on the issues of the great conflict between God and Satan.
“Hell no”: Jarrod Stackelroth explains why a different narrative is needed.
Pastor Luther Taniveke asks the question many people are asking at this time of uncertainty: how can we be saved? His answer is an oldie but a goodie.
The battle of good versus evil—aka the great controversy—may be more even than you might think.
He suffers because we suffer.
What does the Bible say?
Dr Daniel Livingston addresses the Adventist keyboard warriors who articulate increasingly polarised positions on climate change.