¿Amamos a Dios?

By David Martinez En esta serie de artículos titulada ¿Amamos a Dios? estaré presentando un análisis a nuestro amor por Dios, como se evidencia esto y que debemos hacer para asegurarnos de que nuestro amor por Dios sea completo. Un amor fundamentado en Su Palabra. Si bien es cierto que como hijos de Dios estamos…

Why Kill Jesus?

By: A.D. Roberson Jesus’s main opponents were the Jewish religious leaders, such as the Pharisees, Sadducees, scribes, and chief priests. But recognizing who Jesus’s main opponents were does not explain why they were so opposed to Him. A closer look at the Jewish religious leaders reveals that although they did indeed oppose Jesus because their…

Tan Grave Es Mi Pecado

By: David Martinez La mayoría de los no creyentes viven cada día sin hacer conciencia de que siquiera estén haciendo algo atroz, la mayoría se consideran moralmente correctos y te aseguro que nunca han pensado en que han hecho alguna ofensa trascendental. El ciudadano promedio no considera que ha hecho algo tan grave que merezca la…

The Sovereignty of God and The Free Will of Man

By: A.G. Martin Introduction When we look at the topic of God’s sovereignty and the free will of man, the first thought to enter our mind is, “how do we reconcile the two?” We know scripture teaches that God is sovereign. We can view passages such as: Psalm 115:3, “Our God is in the heavens;…

Evening Thoughts Pt. 1

By A.G. Martin This year already, the words once held sacred by those of faith, now seem to be used flippantly with no regard to meaning or history. The term “Christian,” originally a derogatory utterance, at one time made its way to represent an individual of high moral character. Yet, this term has once again…

1 Corinthians 13

By: A.C. Ling             Love, is one of the most intricate words in the English language. It describes an action, a feeling, a mental state, and relationships. N. T. Wright says: “The very word ‘love’ causes us all sorts of problems in the English language. Our vocabulary has become impoverished. Where Greek has four words,…

The “I Am” Saying of John 8:58

By: A.G. Martin In studying the Gospel of John, there are certain statements that jump out begging for attention. After further review it is clear that these are statements that have always fascinated theologians. I am referring to the “I Am” statements of Jesus. Leon Morris says of these statements, “A significant feature of the…

Paul and The Law

By: A.G. Martin Introduction  You do not have to read far in the writings of Paul to come to the realization that at the center of his theology resides the cross of Christ. Yet, we arrive at a crossroads. Or so it would appear. In a time where all the information we could ever want lies literally…