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by Ekkehardt Mueller
Jesus’ saying, extending from Mark 12:24 to 12:27, relates to the resurrection of the dead. For our study, only verses 26–27 are relevant: Jesus’ saying, extending from Mark 12:24 to 12:27, relates to the resurrection of the dead.
by Ángel Manuel Rodríguez
Scholars have been studying the art of letter-writing around the time of the New Testament, comparing it with what we find in the apostolic letters. I will share with you some of this information to see how it helps us understand Paul’s practice.
by Jiří Moskala
The Decalogue is a precious gift endowed to humanity by God Himself (Exod 31:18), uttered (Exod 20:1; Deut 5:4–5, 24) and written (Exod 24:12; 31:18; Deut 5:22) by Him. It presents the foundational principles to preserve life and defines how one maintains the vertical (first four commandments) and horizontal (last six commandments) relationships that are the most valuable properties in life.
by Kwabena Donkor
What does it mean to say that God is love? The article provides a critical review of Pope Benedict's Encyclical, Deus Caritas Est, with particular reference to its implications for Church-State relations.
by Leandro J. Velardo
In his well-known work The Coming of the Comforter, LeRoy E. Froom expresses the following thought when speaking about the personality of the Holy Spirit: “This is not a mere technical, academic, or impractical question.
by John Graz
Persecution is part of the Christian "package," but this does not mean we should actively court mistreatment or abuse.
by Biblical Research Institute
During the past decade there has developed, particularly among charismatic Christian bodies in various places, a movement that has come to be known as “deliverance ministry” in which evil spirits—believed to control human beings who exhibit bizarre forms of human behavior—are “exorcised” or “cast out.”
by Elias Brasil de Souza
This essay offers a biblical reflection on the challenges of racism and nationalism.
by Ángel Manuel Rodríguez
Paul wrote that women should cover their heads in church (1 Cor. 11:2-16). Why do we not enforce that mandate?
by Ángel Manuel Rodríguez
There are three main interpretations of the manifestation of the gift of tongues in the church at Corinth.