Can homosexuals find genuine deliverance? Many say No; Colin Cook says Yes. In an interview conducted by Editor J. R. Spangler, Cook talks candidly about his own experience and what Christ can do for homosexuals.
Contemporary culture is forcing Christians to reconsider their historic theological understandings of homosexuality. At the editors' request, the author examines whether Scripture or human experience shall have the normative role.
Is there a dichotomy between the church and Israel in the New Testament? Are there two sets of promises in the Bible one delivered to Israel and the other given to the church? If so, do the promises directed originally to the remnant relate solely to Israel, or can they have meaning for the church as well?
For more than a decade Loma Linda University has cosponsored the excavation of Caesarea, uncovering remains of a large Christian and Roman community. Here's a report by a member of the excavation team.