One morning in 1888, Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite, woke up to read his own obituary. The obituary was printed as a result of a simple journalistic error. You see, it was Alfred’s brother that had died and the journalist accidentally reported the death of the wrong brother. Any man would be disturbed under… Read More What will your obituary say about you?
The Holy Spirit is the third person of the Triune God. He has many attributes that assist a Christian in being more God-like. For instance, the Holy Spirit imparts knowledge (1 Cor. 2:10-11), love (Rom. 15:30), intelligence (Acts 13:2), is a comforter (Jn 14:26), and teaches or unveils God’s Word to believers (Jn. 16:13-14; 1… Read More How does God’s Spirit Help us make Good Decisions?
Substitutionary atonement is the sacrifice Christ made for the sins of the whole world (Jn.3:16). Those who repent and put their faith in Christ alone for salvation (Eph. 2:8-9) will receive the righteousness of Christ. The righteousness of Christ is imputed or given to believers. “God made him who had no sin to be sin… Read More Lent Reminds us of the Real Revolutionary
The Indiana State Legislature recently advanced Senate Bill 344, which extended limited civil rights to lesbian and gay people in employment, housing, and public accommodations. However, the bill did exclude protections for transgender people. Some Kokomo Common Council members of Indiana were not happy with the state’s decision. One member publicly expressed his desire to… Read More Transgender, Transethnicity, Transage?