The phrase “Lord’s Day” appears only once in the New Testament in Revelation 1:10, where the particular day John is referencing is unclear. However, an early second-century letter from Ignatius, one of the first pastors of the church in Antioch, helps to solidify that the first […]
Egypt played a very significant role in the history of early Christianity . A researcher has announced that she has found the earliest known Christian letter, that was written in Roman Egypt in the 3rd century AD. The contents of this letter are challenging assumptions […]
Although the Bible is filled with scriptures of freedom and Jesus preached in Luke 4:8 that He came to “set the captives free,” the holy book was once altered to convey the exact opposite message as a way to enforce slavery.
Just like Christians today, the Old Testament saints were saved through faith — even though that faith lacked the clear connections to Jesus that we can see today, Gospel Coalition President Don Carson has explained.
Perhaps the most important question of the entire Bible is the question of Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection. To put it plainly: Did Jesus rise from the dead? If Jesus was crucified, in reference of history, and he died, and was placed in a tomb, […]