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How could a good God forgive those who commit moral crimes? This objection is a powerful challenge to Christianity for anyone who has a sense of the goodness and rightness of justice.
Christians who have not thought deeply about evil and suffering are one crisis away from having their trust in God shattered. Here are some key ideas you need to know.
Sometimes we’re tempted to think evil is stronger than God, but the answer to making sense of the destructive power of evil all comes down to this simple truth.
God didn’t just give us a list of propositions about theology; He painted pictures for us all throughout history so that we could better see the depth of His beauty. Here’s one example.
Why do some people accuse Christians of “living in fear”? They think Christians see God the way they do.
An atheist who wants to reduce Christianity to the avoidance of Hell has missed the point of Christianity.
Who amongst us has not wasted time on the internet when we’re trying to avoid whatever it is we ought to be doing? Here’s C.S. Lewis’s warning about wasting our life in this way.
Andy Stanley’s mistaken understanding of why the Old Covenant is obsolete leads him to a faulty conclusion in his new book, Irresistible.
As followers of Christ, we know we have nothing to fear from the truth, and we’re willing to work to find it. We care about the truth because we care about God.
When our culture hears the word “holiness,” it imagines dour-looking people sitting primly in dark rooms. But God has always been a God of joy, and He intends for us to be joyful in Him.