Harvey Armour

About Harvey Armour

For more than 35 years, under the auspices of Crown Financial Ministries and Calvary Baptist Church of Winston-Salem, NC, Harvey Armour taught seminars on personal money management and counseled with people in need of personal financial counseling. Based upon the knowledge he gained in teaching the seminars and in counseling people, Mr. Armour has written more than 40 articles on personal financial management. And, as a result of his longtime interest in finding credible answers to difficult questions regarding spiritual matters, Mr. Armour has also written more than 130 articles regarding difficult biblical matters, based upon information he has gathered from extensive studying of the Bible and various other sources. Mr. Armour has a BBA degree, with a concentration in accounting, from the University of Texas at Arlington, and an MBA degree, with a concentration in Finance, from the University of North Texas. He also has earned certificates as a Certified Public Accountant and as a Chartered Financial Analyst. Mr. Armour is now retired after more than 30 years in asset management . He is married and has two grown children – a son and a daughter. He has lived in Winston-Salem, NC since June 1973, and has been a member of Calvary Baptist Church since 1974.

Why Does God Not Give People Equal Attributes?

Although all people are endowed by their Creator with inalienable rights that include life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, as stated in the Declaration of Independence of the United States, all people are not born with equal attributes.

People are born with big differences in their intellects and aptitudes, their physical abilities and features, […]

Is Jesus Christ Equal with God?

Some scripture passages in the Bible seem to suggest that Jesus Christ is subordinate to God the Father, not equal with Him.   Let’s consider several of them.  [Note:  When we quote Scripture in this article, we use the wording in the New King James Version (NKJV) of the Bible, unless noted otherwise.]

1.  In John 14:28b, Jesus […]

Can Elite People Enter the Kingdom of God?

A number of passages in the Bible seem to indicate that various above-average achievers, including some types of religious leaders, wealthy people, and wise people will not be able to enter the kingdom of God or the kingdom of heaven (i.e., they won’t receive eternal salvation).  Although proud people are not necessarily above-average achievers, we will […]

The Importance of Jesus Christ’s Life

Christians regularly celebrate the birth and the death of Jesus Christ at Christmas and Easter, respectively, but rarely His life.  This raises the question of whether or not the importance of Jesus’ life, as well as His birth and death, is adequately perceived.

In this article we will address two basic considerations regarding the importance […]

Unintentional Sins

It is probable that (a) every normal person has a sense of right and wrong, and (b) they are aware that,  if they do something they know is wrong, they deserve to be punished  by God and/or by human authorities.  But, what if a person does something that they don’t realize is wrong; i.e., […]

Is It a Sin for a Person to Not Testify As a Witness?

Many people are at least somewhat familiar with what the Bible states about being a false witness, particularly with regard to what is instructed in the Ninth Commandment.  Far fewer people are aware of what the Bible says about not testifying as a witness.  The question we will attempt to answer in this article […]

Was Jesus Christ Fully God and Fully Man?

Some people claim that Jesus Christ was  fully God and fully man throughout His incarnation on earth.  However, several scripture passages indicate otherwise.

[Note:  When we quote Scripture in this article, we use the wording in the New King James Version of the Bible.]

According to Matthew 8:5-10, Jesus Christ “marveled” on at least one occasion.  […]

Can Many Types of Sins Prevent People from Having Eternal Salvation?

The Bible teaches that anyone who confesses their sins, repents, and trusts in Jesus Christ as their Savior will be forgiven for their sins and have eternal salvation.  However, several scripture passages seem to indicate that if anyone commits certain types of sins, they will not inherit the kingdom of God (i.e., not have […]

Discrepancy Regarding Paul’s Experience on Road to Damascus

There is some uncertainty regarding what Saul, who subsequently became known as the Apostle Paul, and those who were with him heard while travelling on the road to Damascus when Jesus Christ “spoke” to him, resulting in his conversion from being a persecutor of Christians to becoming a dedicated follower of Christ.  In this […]

Quotation Discrepancies in the Bible

In this article, we will first consider several apparent New Testament misquotations of Old Testament Scriptures, and then several differences in quotations between New Testament books.

[Note:  When quoting Scripture, we use the wording in the New King James Version of the Bible, except when we quote a non-biblical source that is using Scripture from […]