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Jesus’ words in Luke 19:27, “Bring them here and kill them in front of me,” are a great example of how reading a single verse out of context can easily lead to misinterpretations.
If you try to determine the meaning of a biblical text without reading its context, you’ll create two problems that will hinder your understanding of the passage.
Alan answers the question why Jesus is necessary by explaining how the Gospel works in non-Christian lingo.
What’s the reason for placing such prime importance on Jesus? This question isn’t a pointless philosophical reflection. It’s the core concern of Christianity.
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.
When Christopher Yuan became a Christian, he had every reason to accept pro-gay theology; but when he studied it, here’s what he found.
Alan talks about how every apologetic subject comes back to God and that often times it’s more prudent to discuss God’s existence rather than a secondary issue.
Alan answers the question of whether our soul continues to develop in heaven and, if so, in what way or capacity.
Alan posed a question to pro-gay theology advocates: Should we believe that Jesus was wrong, the Church has been wrong, or you are wrong? But is there a fourth option?
Those who adopt pro-gay theology are asking us to believe one of three options. Which of the following should we believe?