William Blake's preface to Milton, commonly called Jerusalem and set to a famous hymn tune by Hubert Parry, questions whether the child Jesus might have visited England. And did those feet in ...
During yesterday's sermon, the pastor mentioned the theory that the thieves crucified next to Jesus likely weren't simple thieves to warrant such a sentence, but were probably "thieves with a cause." ...
Have the individual commands of the OT Law ever been categorized as “Moral,” “Ceremonial,” and “Civil?”
Are there any historic Christian documents that provide a comprehensive categorization of the commands of the OT Law / mitzvot using the three categories from the WCF? And, if so, then as a secondary ...
As Christian and an inquisitive nature the comparison of Scientific discovery with Biblical writings has always intrigued me, and as Science and Especially the deep space telescopes such as Hubble ...
I'm reading Jaroslav Pelikan's first volume of A History of the Development of Doctrine, "The Emergence of Catholic Tradition." I am only 60 pages into it, so I am merely speculating at this point, ...
Protestants often consider the Roman Catholic church to have significantly distorted the gospel. Were there Christians who had the same understanding of the doctrines of salvation as the later ...