Jesus: The Great Corrector of Theology

Jesus’ corrections often follow some erroneous statement by a person, disciple, or religious leader. Here are forty examples, but there are many others.

Jesus: His Dynamic Characteristics

The Lord Jesus is the most phenomenal individual in world history. His legacy does not just survive—it thrives. Jesus stands alone in history as Truth Incarnate. His popularity two millennia after His resurrection can only be explained by the fact He lives today.

Revelation: Four Schools of Interpretation

Here are four basic schools of theology concerning the book of Revelation. Three are liberal and one is conservative. Pray and allow the Holy Spirit to decide for you which one is closest to the truth.

Iraq Facts

A Tale of Two Cities – Jerusalem and Babylon

The Sermon on the Mount – Matthew 5:1-6

The first of His five great discourses in Matthew, this rich message comes straight from the heart of the Master Himself. Since the Kingdom Jesus spoke of is “not of this world” (Jn. 8:36), we must expect His principles to be different from all others.

The Sermon on the Mount – Matthew 5:17-48

Six times in this chapter, Jesus refers to things the Pharisees taught, and then gives God’s viewpoint in contrast. The King James expresses it, “Ye have heard it said…but I say….” Here in the first part of the Sermon on the Mount, as Jesus begins His public ministry, it was essential He give this foundational teachings concerning true righteousness.

Maxim of the Moment

The bankrupt man is the man who has lost his enthusiasm. - H.W. Arnold