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Election Coverage

Election coverage seems as if it has been going on “forever.” But in reality, it was only last spring when candidates began announcing their campaigns to be the next President of the United States. Since then, the news media have been covering the campaigns and discussing things like polls, “favorability,” and “electability.” Such coverage will continue until the election on November 8th.

Let’s consider a much grander, more glorious kind of election. This election really has been from “forever.” The Apostle Paul writes that this election took place “before time began” (2 Timothy 1:9), “before the foundation of the world” (Ephesians 1:4).Read More »Election Coverage

About the Brief Statement—

Paragraph 1 of the Brief Statement:
Which treats the divine inspiration of the Holy Scriptures—the article upon which all the other paragraphs stand or fall.

Of the Holy Scriptures

We teach that the Holy Scriptures differ from all other books in the world in that they are the Word of God.They are the Word of God because the holy men of God who wrote the Scriptures wrote only that which the Holy Ghost communicated to them by inspiration, Read More »About the Brief Statement—

Christ’s Bodily Resurrection – A Foundational Christian Truth

The many teachings of God from Genesis to Revelation are precious to believing Christians because they form an unshakeable foundation upon which to firmly establish redeemed lives with God and to possess the certain hope of eternal life in heaven.

Since God’s teachings are interconnected, we do not want to give up any of them lest our Christian foundation gradually crumble and finally be completely lost.Read More »Christ’s Bodily Resurrection – A Foundational Christian Truth

Hand-Picked

It has happened to most of us. The anticipation is rising. The line you are standing in is dwindling. Who will be next? Will I get picked at all? Ah, those moments on the playground before a recess game begins—a possible knock to the self-esteem if ever there was one!

I believe the way students choose each other for teammates has some lessons for us. It is not surprising that the biggest and fastest are often the first to be picked. If strength and size and speed are the advantage, why not go with it? Read More »Hand-Picked