Keeping Eschatology in Balance

Munster Cages

By Dr. Larry Pettegrew

It seems to me that eschatology, particularly the doctrine of the Second Coming of Christ, is a difficult doctrine to keep in balance. In the Reformation era, for example, Jan Matthys and Jan of Leyden, two fanatics, claimed that they had visions and revelations from God directing [...]

Theistic Evolution - A Dead End

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By Dr. Sam Winchester

A recent survey of the general US population showed that 46% believe that God created humans “pretty much in their present form at one time within the last 10,000 years. This finding is considered a major failure by the growingly vocal, hard-core atheistic scientific community. Another 32% [...]

Distrubing the Peace

Day 90 House

Do not think that I came to bring peace on the earth; I did not come to bring peace, but a sword. Matthew 10:34

A riot took place in Kansas a few years ago; it wasn’t in a back alley or a city park—it was in the House of [...]

Back to School

Female Students

By Deb Martin

On Wednesday, August 13th the female students of Shepherds Seminary gathered for a night of delightful fellowship. The purpose of the evening was to celebrate God’s faithfulness in our lives and to express thanks for the community of women He has gathered at STS. It was a time [...]

Counting the Cost

Day 88 Stage

Whoever does not carry his own cross and come after Me cannot be My disciple. Luke 14:27

You probably have never heard of Stephanie Stephenson, and I doubt you will ever hear about her again.
Stephanie was a freshman music major at Southwest Missouri State University. Her teacher [...]

Review of the Bibleworks Manuscript Project

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By Dr. W. Andrew Smith

Every modern student of the Bible should have some understanding of how the biblical text was transmitted from the ancient world to the edited version(s) they examine today. This is especially true of students who read Greek and Hebrew, who may think that their critical edition [...]