Raising Moral Children in an Immoral World

By Wayne S. Walker Through the years, most of us who preach have undoubtedly presented many lessons, which a lot of brethren have surely heard, on the threat of secular humanism or at least on worldliness and immorality in general. We certainly need to understand how these godless influences have been eating away at the …

“Creed-bound” Minds

By Robert F. Turner By some strange travesty those who cry loudest for liberty are often the ones who mean liberty for their opinions only; and “non-sectarian” preachers have a way of becoming the most “creed-bound” of all. The absence of an official written “discipline” is no guarantee of an “open pulpit.” What is a …

The Ten Plagues: The Ten Greatest Battles Ever Fought

By Olen Holderby An Introduction We are, obviously, discussing the ten plagues that God brought upon Egypt. These are recorded in Exodus 7-12. When one studies the Bible record, along with some his- tory of biblical Egypt, the plagues will be seen to contain more than one purpose — to convince Pharaoh to let the …