• Losing Your First Love

    The Way During His brief ministry (A.D. 27–30), Jesus established a new religion that continues to stand in direct opposition to the other religions of the world. At first, this religion was called "The Way" because Jesus said of Himself, "I am the way and the truth and the life . . ." (John 14:6;

  • What is a Christian?

    Welcome to what we hope will be a life-changing Bible study series on the teachings of Jesus. This first lesson examines the challenge of being a Christian in today’s society. So, read through this short study without looking back and see if you can answer the questions at the end of the study. Take a

  • Moses and the Mark of the Beast

    The Moses Murder Mystery The life of Moses could be divided into three distinct segments of 40 years each: The first segment began with his birth and ended with him murdering an Egyptian taskmaster. The next segment began when Moses escaped from Egypt and ended when he returned to Egypt. The final segment of his

  • Noah and the Pig Pen

    An End Time Parallel Most Christians already know there is an end time parallel between Noah's day and the end of the world. Remember, Jesus said, "As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man. For in the days before the flood, people were

  • Pontius Pilate's Judgement of Jesus

    The Roman Ways Jesus was born about 4 B.C. (see Anno Domini).  You may remember that after the wise men announced the birth of Jesus to King Herod I, the king ordered that all baby boys in Bethlehem, who were two years of age or less, should be destroyed. Ironically, Herod himself died shortly after