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An incident recorded in Daniel gives insight into some aspects of prayer and spiritual warfare.
Many people who identify as gay or lesbian think that Christians hate them and so does God, but this isn’t the case. Alan explains why.
Paul’s first epistle to the church in Corinth has many challenging admonitions. First Corinthians 6:9–11, however, seems to top them all, especially in light of our country’s ethos.
A government that lets criminals off the hook would rightly be called corrupt and couldn’t be trusted, so why do people accuse God of not being good when He punishes?
We’re at war, but it’s a spiritual war, not a physical one. We’re eager to help you this year to destroy “speculations and every lofty thing raised up against the knowledge of God.”
Critics of Christianity sometimes allege that our faith is similar to a pagan system since both require a sacrifice, but there are at least three significant differences.
If God is opposed to polygamy, why does 2 Samuel 12:8 say that God gave David wives?
There’s no point in reading God’s word if you misunderstand what it says. That’s where hermeneutics can help, and every believer should study it at some level. It’s that important.
Is there a trajectory in the Bible towards more openness of sexual expression and an expansion of the definition of marriage? Here are six reasons to think otherwise.
Alan helps clarify how it was possible for Jesus to truly experience temptation even though He never would have given into it.