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Your role as Christ’s ambassador starts in your home, your neighborhood, your community, with the people you know personally, not with politics.
A father asked for advice on what to do when his 12-year-old daughter was required to read a book that prominently features a gay character. Here’s the advice Amy gave him.
Are you wary of apologetics because you fear turning into someone who is all head and no heart? Here’s why you need not fear this.
It’s natural for political views to strain friendships, but, as Christians, we need not let instrumentally valuable politics destroy intrinsically valuable relationships.
Some think Christianity is silly. It isn’t silly, because our God isn’t silly. And when you see the massive accomplishments His word brought about in this world, you start to get a glimpse of that.
The UK Supreme Court has upheld the free speech rights of bakers who declined to make a “Support Gay Marriage” cake, saying they were not discriminating against the customer because of his sexual orientation.
The Ehrman Project was created to give brief responses to arguments popularized by Bart Ehrman. Here are two of those responses by New Testament scholar Michael Kruger.
Our ability to explain the gospel depends on our culture’s ability to understand the concept of justice, but use of the term “social justice” has been causing our understanding of justice to drift.
A California bill mandating a quota for women on corporate boards is ready to be signed into law, but aren’t these lawmakers being a little inconsistent?
Should Christians avoid reading Harry Potter since the Bible warns against witchcraft? To answer the question, we need to look deeper than the superficial trappings of the story.