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Tim explains what Jesus means by believers doing “greater things” in John 14:12.
The only way to guard against false ideas about God is to fill our minds with true ideas about God. But thinking rightly about God doesn’t come naturally, so what should we do?
We need to ask ourselves an honest question: Where does my view of God look more like the world than God’s Word?
Satan asked, “Did God really say...?” as he tried to convince Adam and Eve that God is not truthful, not loving, and not enough, and his game plan hasn’t changed.
There are all kinds of modern-day idols that attempt to displace God from His rightful place. But how does idolatry start? Fortunately, we are not left guessing.
Correct beliefs about God can provide comfort, inspire wonder, cause us to worship, and more. But what are the consequences of thinking wrongly about God?
Does the number of times the Bible has been translated affect its reliability? No, and here’s why.
Many abortion advocates assert that a human isn’t valuable until he or she leaves the womb. But how does a journey down the birth canal suddenly change a non-valuable human to valuable human person?
We should begin teaching our kids apologetics as early as possible. Here’s how Tim translated an answer to the problem of evil into language even four-year-olds could understand.
Tim clarifies a common misconception about the biblical definition of faith.