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A Simple Way to Read More of the Bible in the New Year

Here’s an easy way to increase your Bible intake that you might have never thought of.

Blog Post | Miscellaneous | Keith Plummer | December 5, 2018

Is Proverbs 3:5–6 about Finding the Will of God?

Many think Proverbs 3:5–6 teaches God will give us specific directions for our lives, but when we look at the words in this passage in context, we find something different.

Blog Post | Theology | Keith Plummer | October 16, 2018

We Won’t Miss Anything in the New Creation

Some might panic when they hear there will be no marriage after the resurrection. Can we be fully happy without one of the greatest physical pleasures humanity knows?

Blog Post | Theology | Keith Plummer | September 26, 2018

What’s the Main Concern for Christian Parents When It Comes to Gender?

If the percentage of people who identify as transgender is so small, why do all parents need to be concerned about the effect this topic will have on their children?

Blog Post | Christianity & Culture | Brian Seagraves | September 21, 2018

Must We Choose between Winning the Argument and Winning the Person?

The winning of arguments is not more important than winning people, but neither is it necessarily in conflict with that end. Here’s how you can do both.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Keith Plummer | July 12, 2018

Paul’s Point in 1 Corinthians 15

We need to be on guard against allowing the desire to defend God’s existence to become the hermeneutical lens through which we read the Scriptures.

Blog Post | Theology | Keith Plummer | June 1, 2018

How Gospel-Centered Is Your Apologetic?

If you’re passionate about apologetics, you’re probably well-prepared to discuss worldview issues, but are you also ready to explain and defend Christian theology?

Blog Post | Apologetics | Brian Seagraves | May 10, 2018

C.S. Lewis on the Danger of Apologetics

In an address C.S. Lewis gave on the subject of Christian apologetics, he issued a sober caution that anyone engaged in apologetics should take to heart.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Keith Plummer | April 17, 2018

Three Steps to Better Doctrinal Disagreements

Sometimes, disagreeing is the most loving thing we can do, but disagreeing in a way that isn’t disagreeable is a skill that takes practice to develop.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Brian Seagraves | April 5, 2018