A New Decision

Many in churches of Christ are facing a decision. They have never really had to make this choice before. Now they are in a situation where they must decide, and this is why churches of Christ are digressing so rapidly. Others in churches of Christ made this decision...

Second and Third Opinions

Solomon said that a wise man knows he doesn’t have all the answers. He is humble enough to look for sound advice from good men: “Where no counsel is, the people fall: but in the multitude of counselors there is safety.” (Prov. 11:14) “Without counsel purposes are...

Producing Honor Students

One of our members gave me a copy of an eighth-grade final exam given in Salina, Kansas in 1895. The test covered grammar, arithmetic, U.S. History, orthography, and geography. Here are a few questions from the grammar section of the exam: • Give nine rules for the...

In the Wrong Hands

A history teacher at Hillsdale College made an interesting observation about weapons of war. A certain culture invents a weapon, then an enemy gets hold of it and uses it. The atomic bomb was created here, but soon the Soviet Union was manufacturing nuclear warheads...

Five Lines God Drew

Lines are important. A line in the middle of the road shows us where to drive. A property line tells others what is ours. Without these markers life would be in chaos. In the opening chapter of the Bible God established differences in His creation. Without these basic...

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