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It would often be easier to compromise, but we’re called to do church God’s way, even if it’s the more messy, difficult, and uncomfortable way.
Greg offers reasons we can know the Gospels are the inspired Word of God both from objective and personal standpoints.
We’re not excused from our guilt in doing wrong just because we, by nature, love doing wrong. In fact, the truth is quite the opposite.
Was Jesus’ claim to be God misunderstood? Was it a legend? Was it merely a political strategy? Did He never exist at all? Or was He who He claimed to be?
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.
In an interview in The Guardian, a man who is detransitioning after living 20 years as a woman explains why he regrets transitioning as a 19-year-old.
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.
In a recent article in a science magazine, David Barash argues for creating “humanzees” in order to make a theological point.
As great Christian men and women of the past have discovered, the beauty of nature uplifts our souls toward God in worship and gives us a language by which we can communicate the beauty of God to others.