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One third of Evangelicals believe that religious claims are just about opinion, not objective fact. Is this true? And how should we think through this claim?
It seems most people think that humans are basically good by nature. But are they? And how is our understanding of the gospel dependent on how we answer this question?
A recent survey points to over half of evangelicals affirms that God accepts worship from all religions, but what does Scripture say?
A recent survey points to greater than 70% of Evangelicals thinking that Jesus is a created being. We look at how to approach this issue biblically.
Would more people believe if only they had more information, or is there some other factor at play?
Our work an be an apologetic for what we believe. Yet, we often take our jobs more seriously in some areas than we should, and in other areas we don’t treat it seriously enough.
If you’re passionate about apologetics, you’re probably well-prepared to discuss worldview issues, but are you also ready to explain and defend Christian theology and the gospel?
Sometimes, disagreeing is the most loving thing we can do, but disagreeing in a way that isn’t disagreeable is a skill that takes practice to develop.
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CNN's common sense point about apples and bananas applies nicely to men and women too.
A biblical response to the Liturgists statement on LGBT / any consensual relationships being holy and God Honoring.
In Mark 7, we look at the issues of legalism and man's main issue being his heart, where evil actions come from.
Christians can’t afford to be unprepared to address claims that Science has disproved Christianity or the Bible. Here are three quick points on science.
Everyone is talking about love, but what does that word mean and how is it best understood? Further, how should we express love in our culture today?
Does "I can do all things through Christ" refer to winning at sports and other physical things, or does it mean we can be content in Christ?
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