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What's the key to a lifetime of happiness? John Piper shares his father's answer, and it's good news for apologists like you.
If marriage is meant to be a parable of Christ and the church, then does that mean single, celibate people are wasting their sexuality by not using it to glorify God in this way?
If you're interested in becoming an apologetics speaker, consider attending CrossExamined Instructor Academy this year, where you'll learn from Greg Koukl, Brett Kunkle, and more.
The debate over transgenderism is a debate about what it means to be human.
Many people think God is concerned with what kind of people we are “on average,” weighing the good against the bad. But justice never works like that, does it?
As a single Christian, you may long to look into marriage and family, but the angels long to look into the greater marriage that is already yours.
Barronelle Stutzman, the florist in Washington who declined to provide flowers for a same-sex wedding, has lost her court case. Here's why that's bad news for everyone.
J. Warner Wallace explains why you can’t make sense of the problem of evil apart from an understanding of the wisdom of God.
Academic arguments about the reality of God are necessary but not sufficient. You will have to answer questions about His goodness.
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