How to Evade Pitfalls of the Wrong Perspective

History Lessons from the Book of Amos

As with any major event in the life of God’s people (like the groundbreaking ceremony for the ICR Discovery Center for Science and Earth History—learn more below), there are warnings from Scripture about the dangers to avoid as the blessings of God become a focal point for the future. The prophet Amos records a series […]

How to Evade Pitfalls of the Wrong Perspective

11 Lessons for Mothers Day

Learn from Important Mothers in Scripture

Several women are given recognition in Scripture. Some are recognized in unusual ways for traits of a mother’s heart seldom given much thought. This Mothers Day might be a good time to learn from a few of them. What can we learn from these important mothers in Scripture? 11 Lessons for Mothers Day Eve, Mother […]

11 Lessons for Mothers Day

What Does the Bible Say about Kingdom Investment?

Discover the Deep Truths of Jesus' Agricultural Parables

What does the Bible say about Kingdom investment? Two repeated illustrations throughout the New Testament speak to the mindset of the Christian laborer. The military picture is found frequently in the epistles and uses some of the warlike examples from the Old Testament. The Lord Jesus, however, more often uses stories or applications from the […]

What Does the Bible Say about Kingdom Investment

What Did Job Know about Primeval History?

Examine Job's Perspective on the Worldwide Flood

The Book of Job is obviously connected to ancient history. The period of Job’s life overlaps the 3rd and 4th centuries after the Genesis Flood. What did Job know about the major historical events of early history? Examine his perspective on the worldwide Flood and primeval history. Primeval History and the Book of Job (Access […]

What Did Job Know about Primeval History

How to Study the Book of Job

A Devotional and Study Guide for the Book of Job

The book of Job is one of the oldest ever recorded. Traditionally ascribed to Moses—who edited the book of Genesis—it may well have been authored by Job himself. There are internal references and allusions to the creation, specific judgments given at the Fall of Man, references to the great Flood of Noah’s day, and events […]

How to Study the Book of Job