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Tim points out a common mistake people make when trying to argue for the Bible's reliability.
Our true humanity—the way we were meant to be as creatures made in the image of God—is restored by being in Christ and looking at Him, the perfect image of God.
How can we make sense of the bad things that happen to us? Greg responds to a question from Wuhan, China, where the coronavirus originated.
Can Ben Shapiro be saved if he sincerely follows the commandments of the Law?
The book of Acts provides a recorded history of the vital role prayer played in the lives of the disciples. If we want improve our prayer life, it might be helpful to look to them for direction.
A crucial difference between human beings and God explains His command to destroy the Canaanites, as this analogy makes clear.
Some argue against Paul’s teachings about the Law by pointing to Jesus' words about following the Law in Matthew 5:17–20, but another passage in Matthew helps to clarify Jesus’ agreement with Paul.
Some Bible terminology can seem strange to our modern ears, and understanding its meaning can require some work. Here are some thoughts on the meaning of “the kingdom of heaven.”
Martin Luther sparked the Reformation when he began asking questions about how we can be righteous enough to escape God’s wrath. The answer he found in the Bible changed everything.
In the second part of the “Why Apologetics?” series, Tim shows us where the Bible says Christians are commanded to be apologists.