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The parable of the unjust steward in Luke 16:1–13 provides Christians with important insights about our wealth and the Kingdom of God.
How do the words of Revelation 3:20—“Behold, I stand at the door and knock”—apply to us today?
2 Chronicles 7:14 is one of the most misinterpreted and mis-claimed verses in the Bible. You can help people discover this by gently walking them through four basic steps of biblical interpretation.
Can a Christian find biblical support for the death penalty? Here's a brief sketch of the relevant passages and considerations.
As Christians who desire to see and understand all of reality in light of God’s truth, we had better do some good theological thinking about the massive cultural activity of sports.
Christians need to think carefully about this issue, especially in a culture that is more than happy to co-opt Christian statements and claims in order to justify sin.
Why did God ask Abraham to sacrifice his son, Isaac? Brett shares how to explain this well-known biblical account to a child.
As the church continues to face cultural challenges from outside the church, we must strengthen our views of God’s Word within the church. Our culture is increasingly and brazenly running counter to the wisdom of the Word, and one of the church’s tasks is to help our people stand confidently and courageously in the face of such confrontations. Yes, make no mistake, we are in a war as the Apostle says in 2 Corinthians 10:3-5.
I recently had a conversation with a man about hearing from God. He referenced Dallas Willard’s book, Hearing God: Developing a Conversational Relationship With God. I’ve benefited greatly from some of Willard’s teaching, but this is one of his books that causes me serious concern. It’s certainly a more thoughtful book on the topic, so if you’re interested in looking at all sides, definitely read it.
Yesterday, a Summit student asked me, “If Christianity is true, why do we need faith?” Mapping out the distinction between belief-that and belief-in provides a helpful way to answer this question.