"For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth, to the Jew first, and also to the Greek." Romans 1:16
Bible Studies & Articles by Robert L. Dunn
Three Aspects of Salvation
It is a kind of "text preaching," that is taking a particular verse, or phrase, and saying whatever sounds good, with no regard for the context, the subjects to whom applicable, or what God's Word says elsewhere related to the same subject. This carelessness has caused a number of preachers and teachers to take promises applicable to the children of God in order to their spiritual growth and blessing and apply them to alien sinners. Read More...

The Deity of Jesus Christ
The word "trinity," as such, does not occur in the scriptures. Yet, the idea which it expresses is found throughout God's word. Jehovah's Witnesses, self called, deny this doctrine, and every chance they get to write on this subject they make much to do about the word "trinity" not occurring in the scriptures. Read More...


Writings by H. Frank Fort
A Collection of Writings by H. Frank Fort
A collection of bible studies and articles in PDF format. Read More...

The Security of the Believer
View and download the full text of both Vol. I and II. Read More...


More Writings by Robert L. Dunn
Will of God
The human race is divided into two classes - "the children of God�and the children of the devil" (I John 3:10). There are not two wills of God, but two aspects of the one will of God as related to these two classes. Read More...

Propitiation
The value and benefit of Christ's death is so great that it cannot be expressed in one word. Hence, we read of redemption, reconciliation, and propitiation. Redemption undertakes the solution of the problem of sin, as reconciliation undertakes the solution of the problem of the sinner, and propitiation undertakes the problem of an offended God. Read More...

Justification of Abraham
This subject matter seemingly puts one scripture against another. For instance: Romans 4:2 states, "For if Abraham were justified by works, he hath whereof to glory; but not before God." Yet, James 2:21 clearly states, "Was not Abraham our father justified by works, when he had offered Isaac his son upon the altar?" Read More...

Calling on the Name of the Lord
Romans 10:13 reads, "For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved." Many people see the word "saved" only in one light, namely "the salvation of your souls." Thus, Romans 10:13 is presented to the unbelieving sinner, and accepted by many in religious circles, as the means of receiving eternal life. Read More...

The Grace of God
No man will properly understand the infinite grace of God until he understands, first of all, his own need. The word "grace" was already in use before it was brought over into the New Testament. Secular documents written before the New Testament reveal several features of this word. Read More...

Reconciled to God
To reconcile is something common to every day life. The word means "to be adjusted to a specific standard, to bring back into harmony." Many people employ this idea in reconciling their bank statement monthly. This process simply involves adjusting one's balance in a check book to a bank statement. Others use this principle in adjusting a watch, or a clock that has lost time. This simply involves setting the timepiece to a revealed standard. Read More...

Roman Road
This title is designed to focus attention on the subjects of man's sin, sin's penalty, God's provision, and man's justification as dealt with in the Book of Romans. The word most frequently used in the New Testament, and translated "sin," was already in use at the time it was brought over into the New Testament. Secular documents, contemporary with Bible times, found and translated, show that this word was used in a sentence where a warrior hurled his spear and failed to strike his foe. Read More...

The English Word, Church
The English word "church" is found many times in various New Testament translations. While many articles have been written on "the church," very few tell the reader that the word "church" is not the translation of the word in the Greek text. Read More...

Forgiveness of Sins
The word "forgiveness" commonly used in the New Testament is from the Greek verb "aphiemi," made up of "apo," from, and "heimi," to send. Hence, "to send away," which is the literal meaning of the word "remit." The noun "aphesis," used in relation to "sins," means "a release, the letting them go as if they had never been committed, thus, forgiveness, a remission of their penalty." Read More...

Cars, Driving, and Dating
I have a new '05 Mustang. When I get into my car and turn the key on, the instrument cluster is illuminated by a series of "warning lights." Those lights let me know the bulbs are working, and that certain systems are being monitored. The lights usually go out shortly after start up, but may illuminate during operation when a problem exists with one of the vehicle's functions. Read More...