“What is the Apostles’ Creed?”……The Apostles' Creed is not found in the Bible. The Apostles' Creed was not written by the apostles. Rather, it was written at least 150 years after the apostles had all died. It is called the Apostles' Creed because it is supposed to be a record of what the apostles taught. […]

“What is Angelology?”……Angelology is the study of angels. There are many unbiblical views of angels in the world today. Some believe angels are human beings who have died. Others believe that angels are impersonal sources of power. Still others entirely deny the existence of angels. A good biblical understanding of Angelology will correct these incorrect […]

“What is Bibliology?”……Bibliology is the study of the Bible, the Word of God. The Bible is the inspired source of knowledge about God, Jesus Christ, salvation, and eternity. Without a proper view of the Bible, our views on these and other issues become clouded and distorted. Bibliology tells us what the Bible is. Common questions […]

“What is the Athanasian Creed?”……The Athanasian Creed (known in Latin as Quicumquevult) is an early summary of Christian doctrine. It is traditionally believed to have been authored by Athanasius, Archbishop of Alexandria, who lived in the 4th century, A.D. However, this traditional view of its authorship is challenged by some historians and scholars. The Athanasian […]

Beware of false doctrine Acts 20:28 "So guard yourselves and God's people. Feed and shepherd God's flock-his church, purchased with his own blood-over which the Holy Spirit has appointed you as elders On his way back to Jerusalem, Paul decided not to stop at Ephesus, fearing a lengthy delay. But this church was much on […]

“What is Christian Anthropology?”……Anthropology is the study of humanity. Christian Anthropology is the study of humanity from a Christian / biblical perspective. It is primarily focused on the nature of humanity – how the immaterial and material aspects of man relate to each other. Here are some common questions in Christian Anthropology:……What does it mean […]

“What happened at the Council of Trent?”……After the separation of the Eastern and Western churches in 1054, the holding of councils by the pope became a way to give guidance to the church, both locally and ecumenically (for the entire church), on varying ecclesiastical matters. One of the most significant of these was the Council […]