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Christianity both condemns racism and offers the cure. Derek Rishmawy explains how this truth is beautifully reflected in the practice of the Lord’s Supper.
Greg and Tim explain some tactics that will help you respond to the charge that the Bible is full of contradictions.
Whether you’re gay or straight, Jesus doesn’t guarantee you a life free from sexual temptation, but He will empower you to deny yourself and follow Him.
Greg offers his perspective on the fairness of God.
We Christians don’t talk enough about suffering. Suffering is a fact of life, even for Christians. We need to be ready for it, and we can learn from others’ stories.
Why do Christians continue to trust God, even in the midst of suffering, even when they think God could have prevented it? If I were an atheist, I would be endlessly curious about this.
The Google incident shows that religious business people aren’t the only ones who would like to run their businesses according to their values, and we should all have that right.
Religious people are seeking to live out their convictions, and the changing values of our society are infringing on their rights.
Tim debunks the assertion that the Bible is filled with contradictions.
When external sources corroborate incidental details in the Gospels, we have more evidence that the Gospels can be trusted.