From Our Mailbag: Topical
Your Questions Answered By Chuck Missler Grace Outside Time
Chuck Missler takes an in-depth look at the infinite nature of God, and how God's grace extends throughout all time...and beyond!
Your Questions Answered By Chuck Missler Date Setting?
Chuck Missler examines the perils in trying to set exact dates for Christs return, as well as signs and trends to look for in current events.
Your Questions Answered By Chuck Missler Friday or Wednesday?
Chuck Missler addresses the question of reconciling the three days of Jesus' burial with the traditional view of a Friday crucifixtion (Good Friday) and a Sunday resurrection (Easter Sunday).
Your Questions Answered By Chuck Missler Meanings Of The Names In Genesis 5
Chuck Missler answers the question, 'Where did you find the meanings of the names in Genesis 5?'
Your Questions Answered By Chuck Missler This Generation Shall Not Pass...
Chuck Missler answers the question, 'Who is Jesus referring to when he says, '...this generation shall not pass, till all these things be fulfilled'?'
Your Questions Answered by Chuck Missler What Does Selah Mean?
Chuck Missler answers the question; In Psalms, we frequently encounter the word, Selah. What does it mean?
Your Questions Answered by Chuck: Job's Family
Chuck Missler answers the question; Why did God bless Job with double in everything else after his trials, but not double his family?
From Our Mailbag: The Death of Common Sense
What has happened to good, old-fashioned Common Sense? Common Sense isn't so common anymore.
From Our Mailbag: Traditional Standards
Why is the U.S. standard railroad gauge 4 feet, 8.5 inches wide and how many hundreds of years has that gauge been used? Even in studying the Bible, 'we've always done it that way' often deems how things are done.
For Our Racing Enthusiasts: Our Most Unique Donation Ever
Nascar racer Tommy Fry placed the Koinona House logo on his hood for a race in Irwindale, CA!
From Our Mailbag: A Question of Dates
Easter this year fell on March 27, 2005. Passover falls on April 23-24, 2005. Why is there an entire month between Easter and Passover this year? Arent they theoretically connected?
Gordon McDonald writes about the new Personal Update format.