Many claim to be Christian—but what is a Christian? Most have only a vague idea. Is it enough to “believe Jesus,” or is there more? You need to know!
“I will build My church!” These words of Jesus foretold the start of the Christian Church. What was it that Jesus built? Just what is the Church?
The Eternal God desires that those who are called out of this world be His chosen ones as well. What exactly does it mean to be called and chosen?
The word “sanctification” is not often used in everyday conversation, yet it has deep spiritual importance. It is, in fact, necessary for salvation!
Almost 2.2 billion people claim Christianity as their religion, but surveys show fewer than half attend church regularly. What does God say about fellowship?
Why are so many Christians losing their faith? Is Christianity irrelevant to people in the 21st century? Or is it actually modern Christianity that is irrelevant to God?
Modern Christianity has evolved throughout the centuries and continues to adapt today. But did Jesus Christ intend the religion He founded to evolve?
Why did Jesus build His Church? What is the Church supposed to do? What is our part in that mission? What should our involvement in the Church produce in us?
The Church is to be more than just a local congregation. Scriptures clearly reveal that it is to be worldwide in scope and impact. Why is that important?
A major denomination claims its authority on the premise that Jesus founded His Church on Peter. But was Peter actually the "rock" Jesus referred to?
One of the hardest things about being a Christian is accepting how hard it is to be a Christian. Why do so many Christians fail to live up to God’s standards?
Many confidently proclaim that they follow the teachings of Jesus Christ. But can the vast array of religious beliefs really all be based on what the Bible teaches?
One of Christianity’s largest denominations uses “father” as a religious title for its leaders. But did you know this contradicts the words of Christ?
Does the Bible reveal the name of the true Church to us? How does the New Testament refer to the Church that Jesus Christ founded?
Where did all the world religions come from? Do all good people receive the same reward, or is there only one way to eternal life?
Jesus Christ said that He would build His Church (Matthew 16:18). Just how was the world prepared for the establishment of the Church of God?
The apostle Paul was identified as being the leader of the sect of the Nazarenes. Just who were these people, and what lessons can we learn from them today?
Who were these men? From what we can see in history, both were followers of the truth of God, and they carried out the work of the early Church.
One of the most profound episodes affecting Church history involved Emperor Constantine and his decrees against God’s laws. Yet the Church of God held fast.
Augustine is known as one of the “fathers” of Christianity. However, he had his own ideas, and he promoted major changes to doctrines taught by Christ and His apostles.
In common usage, a saint is a rare, almost otherworldly creature. It’s not something many aspire to. But can you really be a Christian if you’re not a saint?
Martin Luther began the Protestant Reformation 500 years ago by posting his “95 Theses.” But did this religious revolution restore true Christianity?
Traditions and human ideas have complicated the true simplicity of following Jesus Christ. There can be real power in the simple.
The Church Jesus started will never die out. But can all the churches that claim His name—with all their different teachings—really all be right? How can you find the right one?
What is worship really? With so many different worship practices in the world today, how can we know what God really wants?
As the world becomes increasingly secular and atheistic, Christianity itself is being critically examined. What would Jesus say about this sobering crisis?
Are there many paths to salvation? Do all religions lead to the same God? Does it matter which church you attend? What does the Bible say about the way God wants us to live?
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