What can we learn from the Old Testament tabernacle, particularly its altar of burnt offering, its courtyard and ever burning lamps? What significance do they have to us even today? How do these reveal the righteousness and mercy of God? Ho
We all love fairness. If we are victims of wrongdoings, we want fair compensation. Even if we are the ones who did wrong, we do not wish to be "over-punished", but receive a fair judgment. How does the law of God reflect His justice and lov
How do Christians survive in a world who live by changing moral values? When the society not only sin, but also permits and redefines sin, how do Christians stand their ground? Find out why the Christian message of truth and grace is the on
Human beings are moral agents created to ACT ON what we know to be right and wrong. Thus, learning Christian ethics is not just meant to be informative, rather it carries with it an obligation to act on what we know to be right and wrong.