I Probably Wrote This Article (An Exposure of Epistemological Agnosticism)

By Mac Deaver Several weeks ago, a friend of mine sent me a digital copy of a Master’s Thesis written for Abilene Christian University by Derek Estes. It was published in 2016. The thesis is entitled, “Epistemology in the Churches of Christ: An Analysis and Critique of Thomas B. Warren.” I was very interested in… Read More I Probably Wrote This Article (An Exposure of Epistemological Agnosticism)

A Misunderstood Death

By Marlin Kilpatrick There are numerous events recorded in the Bible about which we may misunderstand; this is why we need to daily study our Bibles. What the death of Christ makes possible for all people everywhere is often misunderstood by those who are in denominationalism. Very few people who have actually studied the Bible and ancient… Read More A Misunderstood Death

Christians and Christmas

By Weylan Deaver I’ve never roasted chestnuts on an open fire, but have enjoyed tree decorating, gift wrapping, sneaky shopping, holiday tunes in the background, families converging, lights twinkling, carolers caroling, and stocking stuffing. But, with all that activity also come the nativity scenes, religious hymns with added musical instrumentation, and pressure from the denominations… Read More Christians and Christmas

Announcing a new blog from TBC

Our good friends at Tennessee Bible College have a new blog, and we believe you would do both them and yourself a favor to check it out. While there, please enter your email address to subscribe (free) so you’ll be able to keep up to date when new content is added. Find it at ringoutthemessage.com