Middle Ages Archive

Torture, Terror, and Theology

A book on mankind’s inhumanity to fellow human beings can never come often enough, as witness the genocide presently taking place in Darfur. Suppression can be as simple as letting people starve—as in the Sudan—or in accelerating their departure via the horrors of torture and execution. This is terrible enough when ordered by secular dictators, […]

Which Mode of Baptism Is Right?

The following is an excerpt from article DB040 from the Christian Research Journal by Hank Hanegraaff. The full PDF can be viewed by clicking the link below the excerpt. The mode of baptism is often as hotly contested as the meaning of baptism. In the early Christian church submersion or immersion was the primary mode. […]