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Apocalyptic Fiction in Times of COVID-19

Times of global upheaval, like the current COVID-19 pandemic, provide a fertile ground for apocalyptic speculation. Before we draw eschatological implications from COVID-19, we should remember that many other epidemics and pandemics have afflicted the human race throughout history.

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Does the Bible ask Us to Return Tithe From the Gifts We Receive?

Does the Bible ask Us to Return Tithe From the Gifts We Receive? This important question is often asked. Therefore we will offer some brief observations from a biblical perspective. At the outset, we should bear in mind that, for the ancient Israelites, there was no question about this.

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Ceremonial Uncleanness and Contemporary Application

Do Old Testament personal uncleanness laws still apply today? And should a casket be brought into the Church for a funeral service?

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Was Adam with Eve at the Scene of Temptation? A Short Note on “With Her” in Genesis 3:6

Where was Adam when Eve was tempted? Was he with her or was she alone on the scene of temptation?

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Digital Technology and the Christian Life

This essay offers some thoughts on digital technology and argues that we should bring our digital life under the Lordship of Jesus. It deals with the philosophy, theology, and ethics of digital technology. It concludes with an injunction for us to be masters of our technology, never the servants. Such appeal is base on the…

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“Who is My Neighbor?”: Some Thoughts on Racism and Nationalism

This essay offers a biblical reflection on the challenges of racism and nationalism.

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The Bible and the Church: Revisiting the Obvious

This hermeneutical reflection argues that only the Scriptures are capable of leading the church out of the maze of so many ethical options and theological points of view vying for acceptance. In a culture of relativism and consumerism, we should take seriously the self-authenticating claims of the Bible. By submitting to the Scriptures' absolute authority,…

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Worship and Ethics: A Reflection on Psalm 15

A short study on the inextricable relation between worship and conduct in Psalm 15. From this short Psalm we learn that those who genuinely experience God's presence in the place of worship will mirror God in other places.

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