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How To Have A Challenging Conversation With Someone You Love

How To Have A Challenging Conversation With Someone You Love

By Jason Jiménez Let’s be honest. No one looks forward to having a challenging conversation with a friend or family member. The very thought of saying something that might hurt their feelings ...
Where is Our Faith?

Where is Our Faith?

By Brian Chilton People are stressed. Sure, that is the understatement of the year. But it’s true. People are stressed for numerous reasons. Political issues, the pandemic, isolation, and ...
How Reason Supports Belief In The Existence of God

How Reason Supports Belief In The Existence of God

By Al Serrato Many atheists today hold the view that faith and reason are opposites.  They view Christians as believing in God "despite the evidence" instead of because of it, and as ...
5 Signs Your Church Might be Heading Toward Progressive Christianity

5 Signs Your Church Might be Heading Toward Progressive Christianity

By Alisa Childers Several years ago, my husband and I began attending a local Evangelical, non-denominational church, and we loved it. We cherished the sense of community we found among ...
Was the Virgin Birth Story Made Up?

Was the Virgin Birth Story Made Up?

By Mikel Del Rosario Did The Virgin Birth Really Happen? What would you say if someone asked you if the story of Jesus’ virgin birth was real, or if it was copied from other ...
Matthew: Jesus’ Genealogy and Biblical Inerrancy

Matthew: Jesus’ Genealogy and Biblical Inerrancy

By John A. Limanto The first genealogy within the Gospel of Matthew is an important cornerstone of the Gospel. This genealogy—a relic of the pre-Jewish-Roman War—contains, at the very heart ...
When Was the New Testament Considered Scripture? 5 Facts That Point to an Early Canon

When Was the New Testament Considered Scripture? 5 Facts That Point to an Early Canon

By Alisa Childers One of the most common misconceptions about the New Testament canon (the list of books the church recognizes as authoritative) is that early Christians didn't have any ...
Were Jesus’ Temptations Real If He Couldn’t Sin?

Were Jesus’ Temptations Real If He Couldn’t Sin?

By Ryan Leasure Historic Christianity affirms that Jesus Christ, though fully human, is also fully divine. He is the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end (Rev. 22:13) — the ...
Why Jesus Never Apologized

Why Jesus Never Apologized

By Brian Chilton During a time of devotions, I came across a text written by A. W. Tozer. Tozer inquires, “Did you ever notice that our Lord Jesus Christ, when He walked the earth, never ...
Did Jesus Exist? A Critical Appraisal of Richard Carrier’s Interpretation of the Pauline Corpus

Did Jesus Exist? A Critical Appraisal of Richard Carrier’s Interpretation of the Pauline Corpus

By Jonathan McLatchie Richard Carrier is an ancient historian who has risen to prominence as the lead advocate of Jesus Mythicism, a school of thought that entertains the idea that Jesus of ...
9 Famous Thinkers Who Said They’d Rather Go To Hell Than Worship God

9 Famous Thinkers Who Said They’d Rather Go To Hell Than Worship God

By Erik Manning C.S. Lewis famously remarked that “the gates of hell are locked from the inside.” In other words, the residents of the damned are there based on personal ...
How Should Christians Disagree About Important Things?

How Should Christians Disagree About Important Things?

By Richard Land   This past week the Evangelical world has reverberated with a debate by two of Evangelicaldom’s most illustrious, influential, and popular theologians: John Piper and ...
Bonhoeffer’s Modern Message For a Postmodern World

Bonhoeffer’s Modern Message For a Postmodern World

By Alex McElroy As long as there have been humans living in groups, there has been conflict. At times, this conflict has escalated to the level of the Holocaust or wars. Without guidance, ...
Should Christians Use the Argument from Martyrdom? A Reply to Bart Ehrman

Should Christians Use the Argument from Martyrdom? A Reply to Bart Ehrman

In a recent post on his blog, UNC-Chapel Hill professor Bart Ehrman re-posted a 2012 article of his on the argument, popular among many apologists, that the willingness of the apostles to ...
Dealing with two arguments against Kalam

Dealing with two arguments against Kalam

As I was reviewing one of the many emails we received, one of them raised two objections against the Kalam cosmological argument, specifically the argument offered for God as the cause of the ...
Got Faith?

Got Faith?

By Al Serrato Sitting in traffic the other day, I saw once again the bumper sticker “Got Faith?”   It’s catchy, in a way, and in this age of sound bites, I can guess why people ...
God Is Greater Than Us. Always.

God Is Greater Than Us. Always.

By Bob Perry Every year at Thanksgiving, we can count on seeing lists of things people are thankful for. I understand the desire to be grateful for all our blessings. There is no doubt about ...
Gratitude is Easy…Contentment is Hard

Gratitude is Easy…Contentment is Hard

By Natasha Crain Every year between Halloween and Thanksgiving, I feel a little uneasy about the countdown of blessings so many people do. Something seems slightly “off” about it, but ...
Why Celebrate Thanksgiving?

Why Celebrate Thanksgiving?

By Bernard Mauser Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. Philippians 4:6 Thanksgiving ...
How Should Christians Think About The Transgender Movement?

How Should Christians Think About The Transgender Movement?

By Ryan Leasure In this post, we’re asking the question: How should Christians think about the Transgender Movement? In many respects, this is a difficult question to answer because the ...

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