Repent … and He Shall Send Jesus Christ (Acts 3:19,20)

(This article was originally published under the title “Understanding Acts Three”, author unknown.) Repent ye therefore, and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out, when the times of refreshing shall come from the presence of the Lord; and he shall send Jesus Christ, which before was preached unto […] Read more »

We Must Apologise!

by Athol Walter What was your reaction when you read the title of this article? Maybe you thought: ‘We? Is he saying that I have done something to apologise for? No way!’ Or perhaps it was: ‘What has the BBFA been up to that they must apologise? This will be […] Read more »

Η Καινή Διαθήκη (Ελληνικα) – The New Testament (Greek)

by John Kontos H Keni Diathiki The New Testament This is an article, written in the modern Greek language of today, discussing the place and features of the New Testament. Read more »

The End Is Nigh

by Karl Edwards Whenever I hear the words ‘the end is nigh’, it conjures up in my mind images of cartoons I’ve seen over the years which show bearded street preachers holding placards bearing the slogan, usually with a witty remark added by the cartoonist. Many people in the world […] Read more »

What Happened To Peter?

by A. J. Harrop This article has been reprinted from The Babbler, a Bible study newsletter published in England some years ago by A J Harrop. ‘Now as soon as it was day, there was no small stir among the soldiers, what was become of Peter.’ Acts 12:18. The two soldiers were […] Read more »

Dispensational Truth

by A. J. Harrop This article was originally published as a pamphlet by A J Harrop titled Dispensational Truth (now out-of-print). Subheadings having been inserted into the edition published below.  * * * ‘Dispensational Truth! What on earth is that? Never heard of such a thing!’ That is the impression some […] Read more »

Tongues Speaking Today

by David Tavender Introduction In brief, this two-part article concludes the following: Tongues-speaking was a sign to unbelieving Israel. After Acts 28, God-ordained tongues-speaking was set aside. Speaking in tongues is not unique to Christianity, and what may appear to be a working of the Holy Spirit in the form […] Read more »