Author: Ron Graham
Who writes and produces this website? see Author page —This site is written, coded, and designed by Ron Graham, a preacher in Queensland Australia working with undenominational churches of Christ.
How much traffic does simplybible.com get each month? —It ranges from 130,000 to 160,000 page views per month and over 1.6 million per year (Source: Awstats). The latest figures are displayed on the Home Page.
How long has this site been online? see My Ebenezer —simplybible.com went online in December 2002 and has been running ever since with the Lord’s help.
Where is your statement of faith? see The Undenominational Way —We don't provide a statement of faith because it is too much like a creed. However we do state some principles of undenominational Christianity.
Do you have a mission statement? see Mission Statement —Yes, we have a mission statement and welcome you to share that same mission wherever you serve the Lord.
Do you confess the Apostles’ Creed? see The Apostles’ Creed — The churches of Christ have no creeds. Whilst the Apostles’ Creed is not erroneous, neither is it scripture given by inspiration of God. And there are problems with it.
Do you believe in the Holy Spirit? see The Gift of the Holy Spirit —Yes, and we have many lessons about the Holy Spirit, the seal of God, and miraculous gifts.
What do you teach about the Second Coming? see Seven Events on the Last Day —In the Bible we find seven events predicted, all of which are to happen on the day Jesus returns. On this site we have many lessons about the last days and the second coming.
Do you teach Faith Alone? see Busting the Faith Only Myth —We teach what Paul calls “the obedience of faith” and so, like Paul, we don't teach salvation by faith alone. Faith without works is as dead as works without faith. This website has many lessons on faith.
How do I find lessons on other topics? see Using SiFi Search —We have extensive and detailed alphabetical indexing, but better still we offer our own unique internal search engine. Type your topic in the slot at the header or footer of any page on the site.
How do I contact you? see Contact Us —You can email us, leave a (public) comment on our blog, or even write to our old-fashioned Post Office Box.
Is your work under copyright see Copyright Permissions —Yes, the content, design, and programming is copyright to protect our intellectual property. But we do give substantial permissions for the use of our work.