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Article | Christianity & Culture, Ethics, Miscellaneous

How to Get Out of a Corner

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The Christian gets pigeon-holed as the judgmental one, but everyone else is judging, too. It’s an inescapable consequence of believing in morality.

I have a friend who is a deeply committed …

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BlogPost | Miscellaneous, Theology

The Answer for Making Good Decisions

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Chandler Vannoy wrote about “What We Get Wrong about ‘Finding God’s Will,’” and it’s always a good time to be reminded of this:

The phrase we have all heard& …

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Article | Student

Student Resources

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Does truth exist? Can we really know the truth? Isn't all truth just relative to you and your group? We'll help you think about what is true and how the truth can actually transform your life. …

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Publication | Ethics, Philosophy, Science

God, Evolution, and Morality Part 2

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In this month’s edition, I explain why challenges from atheists like, “We can be good without God threats,” and, “If there were no God, would you still be good?& …

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Article | Apologetics

Trusting in the Truth

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Brett's monthly letter for November 2010

Dear Friend,

“I like to go hear my dad speak. It makes me feel safe.”

“What do you mean?” my wife Erin replied to this surprising …

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Article | Apologetics

An Apologetic for Apologetics

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Alan's monthly letter for June 2010

Dear Friend,

Is apologetics a biblical concept? This is a fair question. Christians want to know if apologetics is sanctioned by God. It turns out that God cares …

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