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Aren’t the Apostle Paul’s Sexual Ethics Outdated?

How do we know that what Paul wrote still applies to us today?

Blog Post | Ethics | Alan Shlemon | December 14, 2016

Challenge: The Holy Spirit Was Invented to Save Monotheism

This week, we have a Trinity-related challenge. What's your response?

Blog Post | Apologetics | Amy K. Hall | December 13, 2016

How Should We Respond to The "King James Only" Claim?

How should we respond to the claim that the King James translation of the Bible is the only valid translation?

Blog Post | Theology | Greg Koukl | December 12, 2016

The Main Ingredient for Church Growth

When a researcher set out to discover why many mainline churches are headed towards extinction, he discovered that theology matters.

Blog Post | Theology | Tim Barnett | December 10, 2016

How Should You Talk to a Friend Who’s Gay?

Treat your gay friends the same way you would treat your heterosexual friends in similar circumstances.

Blog Post | Miscellaneous | Alan Shlemon | December 9, 2016

Remember The Shack?

The book The Shack is about to come back in movie form. Here are a couple of reviews to help you think through the theology found in the book.

Blog Post | Christianity & Culture | Amy K. Hall | December 8, 2016

Two Biblical Prayers to Memorize

Our prayers to bear fruit are grounded in the Gospel. Here are two biblical prayers you can memorize to help keep your prayer time on track.

Blog Post | Theology | Amy K. Hall | December 7, 2016

I Am Not Being Persecuted

Rather than complain that I’m being persecuted, I’ll consider it pure joy whenever I face any trial because I’m sharing in the sufferings of Christ.

Blog Post | Theology | Alan Shlemon | December 6, 2016

How Did Private Events Get Recorded in the Gospels?

Greg discusses the ways in which events without eyewitnesses were able to be recorded in the gospels.

Blog Post | Theology | Greg Koukl | December 5, 2016

New Ontario Law Denies Reality of Parentage

Our denial that marriage is about the unique man/woman union will require an increasing amount of legislation and term redefinitions to try to make two unlike things the same.

Blog Post | Ethics | Amy K. Hall | December 3, 2016