America’s Standard

America’s Standard

In short, one would have to say that it is hard to determine what standard if any is America’s standard in this new century. The standard of pleasure has been a guiding rule for many over the last several decades. This is somewhat like the epicureans of Acts 17:18:...

Capital Issues in the Capitol City

Paul wrote the book of Romans to Christians who lived in a city full of politics. Rome was the government seat of the most powerful empire on earth. What did Paul say to saints in a city where the church and the state met face to face? The longest section in the New...

Master of Illusion

Satan is master of illusion. Through pure evil, he can give the appearance of an angel of light (2 Cor. 11:14). The devil can make the righteous feel outnumbered, outgunned, and overpowered, when such is not the case at all. He can talk Christians into surrendering on...

A Crisis in Education

A survey discussed in the Education Reporter showed a disappointing trend in American education. Seventeen-year-olds across the country were asked basic questions about history and literature. In view of the billions we pour into public education each year and in...

Observations from Hosea

The prophet Hosea, the son of Beeri, was a minister to Israel in the last days of freedom before the siege of Israel and Babylonian captivity. He was at work in Israel during the reign of King Uzziah (767-739 B.C.) through King Hezekiah (715-686 B.C.). The name Hosea...

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