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You might think that you’ll never be able to sit and answer someone’s questions about Christianity, but you’ll surprise yourself if you invest a little on a regular basis!
Psalm 73 addresses some of the most common and difficult questions we can have: where is God in our affliction and in the injustice of the world? Why does evil seem to succeed?
Many of the major issues in culture today revolve around “identity,” and this is also affecting how we think in the church. We need to have clarity on which identity is primary for the Christian.
The doctrines of Christianity fit together; you can’t change one without changing others. This week we look at examples from the person and work of Jesus.
Palm 19 shows us how God has revealed his glory in nature and in Scripture.
What is discrimination and is it something Christians should not do? Should the Christian baker just “bake the cake?”
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.
Design your own chronological reading plan to fit your needs and schedule!
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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