Staying Together for the Kids’ Sake

By C. D. Cauthorne Jr.

On a gushing Facebook post, a parent proudly proclaims with an abundance of heart emojis, “I love my kids to the moon and back!” Do you, really?

Scrolling through Facebook, I sometimes see a Christian friend whose wife does not look the same as I remember her, or else she has mysteriously disappeared from all of his pictures. I then realize that his old wife is gone. Divorce has struck another home! It breaks my heart to see so many marriages dissolving within the body of Christ.

At the end of the day, the adults will give an account to God for their choices. However, what…

In Awe of God’s Omnipresence (Part 1)

By Paul J. Scharf

Orthodox Christians have confessed throughout the centuries of church history that God exists eternally in three co-equal Persons—each possessing one glorious nature, essence, substance, being or “form” (Phil. 2:6). Each of the three, while distinct from the other two, fully possesses all of the attributes (sometimes called perfections) of the “Godhead” (Rom. 1:20).

The attributes of God have been arranged in several ways. Sometimes we divide them according to “attributes of greatness and attributes of goodness.”…

The Woman at the Well (Part 1): The Messianic Secret

By Ed Vasicek

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(Isaiah 42:1-4, Matthew 12:15-21, and John 4:1-42)

To treat the details about Jesus’ meeting with the Woman at the Well would require more than a dozen articles. Rather than repeat the details of typical exposition (important as they are), I propose to address three questions that are sometimes ignored when we ponder this passage. These questions delve into the Jewish context: 1. Why was Yeshua forthcoming about His Messiahship with the woman at the well, but indirect to others? 2…