Letter to a Young Pastorby Bobby Bruno
I write to you, Samuel, to guide you through the problems you are having with your new congregation and with the doubts about your calling that keeps you from being all that God has called you to be.
Learning from Historyby Bobby Bruno
What was the impact the early Church made on the contemporary Church? A discussion of three influences from the early Church that can benefit the ministry of the contemporary Church.
Sanctificationby Bobby Bruno
Sanctification is the process by which Christians become more holy every day they walk with Jesus.
Arguments Surrounding Salvationby Bobby Bruno
Who or what is the agency of salvation? Are there any tensions or contradictions when Paul writes about fulfilling the law, or being justified by faith, in order to achieve salvation?
The Value of Graceby Bobby Bruno
The true grace of God is severely lacking in the church of today, both locally and globally. Why are God's creations showering grace upon each other where only God should be the One who extends it?
Conversion or Callby Bobby Bruno
Was the Apostle Paul's salvation a conversion and new birth, or was it a call to preach the Gospel to all people?
The Synoptic Problemby Bobby Bruno
A discussion of how John's Gospel is different from the Synoptic Gospels. Why John take a different approach to re-counting the life of Christ from the other Gospel writers?
Implicationsby Bobby Bruno
The implications of my faith which I can draw from Jesus' willingness to humble Himself, to suffer rejection, and to be despised and ignored? (Also read John 15:18-16:4.)
Did Jesus Really Say Nothing About Homosexuality?by Jim Barringer
Unless you've either taken a vow of silence or have never ventured outside the house, you've probably had a talk with a non-Christian about the way we view sexuality. Sooner or later in the course of these discussions, someone will inevitably trot out the line, "Jesus said nothing about homosexuality," the implication being that if he said nothing about an issue, you can do whatever you please. So let's deconstruct that statement in three parts. First, we're going to look at what Jesus actually taught regarding gender and sexuality. Second, we're going to look at the reasons why "Jesus said nothing" is bad logic. Third, we're going to examine the pattern of Jesus' moral teaching to try and answer the question of why he said nothing about this issue.