Below are the Frequently Asked Questions, and Answers, for this Website.
What art the titles on the horizontal line at the top of the page?
At the top of the page is the horizontal Navigation Bar. It is a quick way of finding topics to read about. Displayed are the site’s main categories and placing the mouse cursor on a category causes a list of subcategories for you to choose from. Selecting a category then takes you to a summary of the articles contained within. You can then choose which article to read by clicking on the title or the “Continue reading” link. This feature doesn’t work for screen readers like JAWS.
Is there help here on how to navigate the site for screen readers?
For help on screen readers like JAWS, see, Tips For Navigating This Site With Jaws.
What is this Website about?
It contains articles on various subjects with a relation to the Bible. Most articles, depending on what category they’re in have New testament back up scripture to confirm what the article is talking about.
Can I learn anything from these articles?
Articles are based on New and Old Testament scripture or history and are as accurate as possible. What is revealed can be a blessing and build knowledge as one travels down the road of life.
How can each article be assumed accurate?
Depending on what category the article is in the Bible will be used as a standard of authority or references from history as accurate as possible.
Can I rely on my beliefs or can my beliefs be assumed accurate?
Consideration on what you believe should be based on what the Bible teaches and says.
What is meant by the Old and New Testament or covenants?
The Old and New Testament or covenants is the Bible. For an overview on the Bible and what it is, see the article, What is the Bible?
Does this Website teach one how to become a Christian?
Read the Introduction, then the article Salvation. Build on that by reading the other articles in the Church of Christ Doctrine category. By reading all the articles on this site, you can become proficient in spreading the gospel.