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Greg explains why the deaths of Ananias and Sapphira were just.
Is there a trajectory in the Bible towards more openness of sexual expression and an expansion of the definition of marriage? Here are six reasons to think otherwise.
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.
Does 1 Kings 19 teach that good decision making requires learning how to hear the "still, small voice" of God? A look at the passage shows that’s not what this story is about.
Alan helps clarify how it was possible for Jesus to truly experience temptation even though He never would have given into it.
Satan asked, “Did God really say...?” as he tried to convince Adam and Eve that God is not truthful, not loving, and not enough, and his game plan hasn’t changed.
Greg explains what Jesus meant by being unified with other believers and how we can remain unified despite our differences.
There are all kinds of modern-day idols that attempt to displace God from His rightful place. But how does idolatry start? Fortunately, we are not left guessing.
Alan shares 3 things to remember when discussing controversial issues with other Christians.
Correct beliefs about God can provide comfort, inspire wonder, cause us to worship, and more. But what are the consequences of thinking wrongly about God?