The Virgin Birth in the Revised Standard Version

The great historic fact that our Lord Jesus Christ was "conceived by the Holy Ghost: born of the Virgin Mary," entirely apart from any generation on the part of man, has been one of the fundamental truths of Christianity from the very beginning of Christian history.

A Broad-Minded and Backboneless Ministry

Is religion the only realm where everyone is right and no one is wrong? The world is looking for broad-minded religious leaders—according to men of standing and influence in church circles. The happiest thing to be said of any man, especially a preacher, is that he is broad-minded. A tolerance that says we are all right is the proper and popular attitude to take toward the religion of other men. The only thing demanded of men is sincerity. It does not make a particle of difference what a man believes if he is only sincere.

The Cunning of the Serpent

[Counterfeit currency would have little chance of passing if it did not bear somewhat close resemblance to the genuine; and the more close this resemblance is, the better chance it has to pass undetected. Of course, this is well known to the adversary of our souls; so in order to beguile the unwary, he masks his most subtle deceptions with the appearance of orthodoxy. Pastor Clifford Nixon exposes this cunning artifice. This article is just as relevant today as it was when it was written in 1933, over 80 years ago.] 

Thanks Be To God

Once again, here in the United States, we come to the time of year when pause and take the time to give thanks to God for His bountiful blessings. During this Thanksgiving holiday, we want to let all our friends of the FEA know how thankful we are to the Lord for your friendship, fellowship, and support. God has sustained this ministry for almost 90 years, and He has used friends and co-laborers to encourage and strengthen us in His work. We thank you, and we trust you will take the time this week to thank the Lord for His goodness and lovingkindness.

A Living Faith in a Faithless World

While recently teaching through Ecclesiastes in our midweek service, I was impressed with how Solomon’s Spirit-wrought wisdom enabled him to make such practical observations and applications. They are for us today as well (Rom. 15:4).

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