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As followers of Christ, we know we have nothing to fear from the truth, and we’re willing to work to find it. We care about the truth because we care about God.
When our culture hears the word “holiness,” it imagines dour-looking people sitting primly in dark rooms. But God has always been a God of joy, and He intends for us to be joyful in Him.
Those of us experiencing loss during the holidays can feel overlooked when surrounded by festivity and cheer. How can we take part in the moments leading up to Christmas when merriment eludes us?
If we have been fully convinced, beyond mere feeling, of the truth of Jesus and His work, we’ll withstand the temptation to abandon Him when suffering finds us in this life.
Andy Stanley’s call for pastors to “unhitch [their] teaching of what it means to follow Jesus from all things old covenant” will, sadly, lead to a diminished view of God.
We can’t depend on our fickle desires to drive us. The key to sustained Bible reading over time is having a goal, developing a habit, and being faithful day after day. This app can help.
What does it mean to be human? Our culture is deeply divided on this question, and a great deal depends on the answer.
Muslims reject the idea that Jesus died on the cross, but the Bible says the cross reveals the essence of God’s love. Here’s why Jesus’ propitiation for our sins makes all the difference.
Proverbs has some good words for those who are seeking to persuade others to follow Christ.
If a Muslim or a Mormon asked you why it matters if God is a Trinity, would you know how to answer him? Here are some reasons for you to consider.