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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.
No matter who is making a claim about Islam, what they say must conform to these three authoritative sources in order for their claim to accurately represent Islam.
Greg reflects on how Mr. Rogers’ parting words exemplified a common misunderstanding of God’s grace.
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.
Alan shares the right questions to ask when reading the Bible so that you can get the most out of the meaning of the text.
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?
Greg addresses a situation where you may be tempted to take on the burden of proof in conversation about Christianity.
Are anti-abortion laws merely the Christian version of Sharia law, religious beliefs imposed on the rest of society?
Alan encourages Christians not to stress about getting to the gospel in every conversation with non-believers. Instead, aim to put a stone in their shoe.
Here’s how Alan was once again reminded of the importance of using words non-Christians understand when he unintentionally spoke “Christianese” to a waitress in Norway.