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Painful seasons in our lives can cause us to doubt God’s ability to act, but He is always working in our lives, and sometimes He even does miracles. Here’s one.
If it’s possible for human authors to make mistakes, how can we trust the Bible doesn’t contain mistakes? Tim explains why having human authors does not negate the reliability of the Bible.
When scientists say a newly-discovered planet is “Earth-like,” they might not mean what you think they mean.
Tim explains that in order to have a biblical view of God, we must acknowledge His wrath.
There’s a new TV show about a man living “100% by the Bible.” But if you want to live biblically, first you need to understand the Bible, and Hollywood doesn’t have a good track record in this area.
Everyone has a worldview, but a worldview is only a good one if it describes reality accurately. You can start helping your young children develop an accurate worldview.
Tim explains that although faith and feelings might be related, they're actually two different things.
Some atheists claim Christians think faith is a way of knowing things, but that’s not the definition of faith we see in the Bible.
If human beings make mistakes, does it follow that the Bible must therefore contain mistakes?
The story of doubting Thomas doesn’t promote blind faith. In fact, the text actually teaches the exact opposite: biblical faith is trusting in what you have good evidence to believe is true.