Authorized Version No More Archaic Than Modern Versions Or Even The Newspapers
"Does the AV Bible (King James Version) contain archaic words? Certainly," says author Laurance Vance in his recent book, "Archaic Words and the Authorized Version."
Castro Welcomes Pope, Harasses Home Churches
Pope John Paul II's visit to Cuba was seen by the world as a giant step for "religious freedom" in this last of the closed communist societies. But for bible-believers it was business as usual.
"Even after 17 years in the prison ministry the Lord continually shows me new ways to use tracts."
Graham Agrees with Rome on Salvation of Unreached
In a May 31, 1997 interview with ecumenical TV evangelist Robert Schuller, Billy Graham affirmed his agreement with the Roman Catholic position on salvation of those who have never heard the gospel.
Irish President Takes Protestant Communion Stirs Rome's Ire
When the newly-elected President of Ireland, Mary McAleese, dared to receive communion at a non-Catholic church recently, she proved again just how central the Eucharist is to the power and identity of Roman Catholicism.
A few words from Gerald Sutek, author of "I Am Not Ashamed: Public Ministry Then and Now."
A Message From Jack Chick March 1998
Jack Chick writes about the passing of his wife to be with Jesus.
The recently closed month of fasting by Muslims called Ramadan provided a glimpse into the grass-roots Islamic view of salvation.
It Pays to Read Chick Tracts to Children
David Wylie found himself about as alone as you can get. He was without a family and his mom was in jail.
Just look at the differences between the KJV and the NIV.
Court Upholds Student's Tract Passing Rights
Nicholas Wright, a senior at Niceville High School, was suspended for 5 days for distributing religious tracts at school.
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