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ISIS and the Cyrus Cylinder

History clearly reveals that intolerance is always the outcome of combining religion with political power.

Why Jesus Washed Their Feet

The washing of another's feet is a practice few Christians participate in today. Harrold Harker looks at the reason why and asks, why not?

Vitamins Explained From A to K

Everything you've wanted to know about the nutrients your body needs.

Mastering Your Marriage

A psychologist has discovered some fool-proof techniques for a successful marriage.

Thoughts on Easter

Is Easter merely chocolate eggs, bunnies and a barbecue, or is there more?

How to keep the Sabbath

There are many ways to enjoy the Sabbath that are in keeping with biblical principles.

The five foundations of the Reformation

Harold Harker examines the basic teachings of Martin Luther that led to the Protestant Reformation—a movement that quickly spread across Europe and into the New World.

The anticipated alien apocalypse

The world will end with an invasion from outer space. The only questions remaining are when and by whom?

Agents of God

Nov 9, 2022

Agents of God

Embrace the Fullness of Salvation Beyond Self - Explore the biblical invitation to participate in God's love for all creation, understanding salvation as a call to stewardship and re-creation in anticipation of a renewed world.

Animals of Ancient Egypt

For ancient Egyptians, animals were a significant part of their lives, either as pets, food supply or worshipped as gods.

Silvie Paladino

Nov 9, 2022

Silvie Paladino

With the Christmas season upon us, Lee Dunstan thought it time to talk to a veteran Carols by Candlelight performer of many years.

Do Christians Have to Keep God's Law?

Some Christians say that the Ten Commandments don't apply to God's people after the Cross, but Marvin Moore asks whether this is really true.

Love and Obedience

Which comes first?

An Exile in Babylon

Let's look at the historicity and accuracy of a long-disputed, even ignored, archaeological source - the Bible