Connecting Faith and Life

What is Marriage?

It is important to know what the Bible talks about marriage. Contrary to the contemporary belief, marriage is not a human institution devised by human beings. Rather, it was established by God himself at the beginning of human history.…

Christian Salvation: Is it Unique?

Every religion has a set of beliefs about God, man, purpose in life, life after death and final destiny. The most important and interesting of all these is the study of life after death and ultimate destiny of human beings. A term that…

Holy! Holy!! Holy!!!

President Calvin Coolidge invited some people from his hometown to dinner at the White House. Since they did not know how to behave at such an occasion, they thought the best policy would be just to do what the President did. The time came…

Divorce in OT Era

The biblical record shows that, unlike marriage, divorce was not instituted by God. There is no indication in the Bible suggesting that God introduced and institutionalised divorce as part of His order for human society. Divorce, is…

Jesus on Divorce

Divorce on fairly trivial grounds were common in the time of Jesus. The Mosaic legislation was mostly misrepresented as a sanction for divorce rather as regulation. Divorce was seen as morally right and lawful. All that mattered was the…

Apostle Paul on Divorce

Paul's teachings on divorce are most significant since they represent the earliest Christian interpretation and application of Christ’s teaching to specific situations. The two main passages where Paul speaks on marriage and divorce are…

Is Christianity Unique?

INTRODUCTION We are living in a pluralistic world dominated by relativism. Pluralism has infiltrated every arena of life and heavily impacted the society. Religious pluralism is a dangerous teaching that has been rapidly picking up…

Student Force in World Missions: A Study

The Missionary movement in India is gradually showing signs of decline. Many of the leading mission agencies are finding it difficult to get new recruits. One of the key reasons for this, I suppose, is the spread of self centered teaching…