Doug Batchelor explains why he switched from observing the Sabbath on Sunday, the first day of the week, to observing it on Saturday, the seventh day.
The primary purpose of boundaries is not to restrict, but to protect.
What do the Panama Papers teach us about the law and morality?
Should Christians be involved in warfare
As the world turns green on March 17, what is the real story behind the legend of Saint Patrick?
There've been two calendar changes in the past 2000 years, so a key question about the Sabbath is whether we really know which day it is.
Is there an objective standard of right and wrong? Are the Bible's teachings on morality and ethics outdated and out of touch with the world of today?
They're not simply a list of dos and don'ts
Kim Peckham shares his tips on how to live longer.
In a world full of rules, Errol Webster explains why we need ten more.
God's laws are not meant to be restrictive.
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.
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