Special Studies page . . .
The Role of Conscience in Religion, Walton Weaver
Every thinking person is aware of the existence of conscience. He may not have applied this
term to it, and he may not have thought enough about it to come up with a right understanding of its
meaning and role. But he has some conception of what the Bible refers to when it speaks of
conscience. We need not then be detained by attempting to prove its existence; we may go directly
to the task of defining it. What is conscience? Continue . . .
The Role of Conscience in Religion (2), Walton Weaver
Articles and Sermons page
Feet of Clay, by Homer Hailey
A. Every idol and image created by man has its feet of clay — clay because of the earth,
B. From time immemorial man has built his towers and his images, but always they have
tottered when struck by the stone cut out without hands, they have fallen. Cf. Gen.
I. THE IMAGE OF NEBUCHADNEZZER'S DREAM.
A. Judah in Babylonian exile; the king's dream, perplexity of the soothsayers, 2:1-
B. Daniel's assurance that the God of heaven could interpret the dream, 2: 14-
C. The dream and it's interpretation, 3:31-45.
D. The fulfillment of the dream: the fall and rise and rise and fall of nations:
Babylon, Meads and Persians, Mac., Rome.
E. The lesson to us: Every image human in nature has its feet of clay; every idol
we create brings disaster to its worshiper, Rom. 1:18ff.
God's Measuring Reed, by Walton Weaver
Lessons from the Prophets
Lessons from a Complaining God (Malachi 3), by Harold E. Turner