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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.
What should we do when doubts come? Tim encourages Christians not to feel shame about having doubts then shares examples of how doubt can ultimately point us back to God.
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.
The idea of receiving private, personalized instructions from God while reading the Bible is not a new one. Here’s what John Newton had to say about it in 1774.
Learning about the lives and wisdom of Christian theologians encourages, challenges, and inspires. Let them mentor you. Here’s where you can start.
An atheist asked, “Is faith not belief in the conviction/evidence of things unseen, which by their nature, do not have evidence?” Here’s the response.
Hospitality played a key role in Rosaria Butterfield’s conversion, and now she’s hoping to give Christians a vision of intentional hospitality towards those who would be considered our “enemies.”
No hierarchy within a marriage is biblical if the leadership is not shaped by the three biblical ideas of equality, self-sacrifice, and humble service.
The word “submission” puts people on edge, but leadership and submission exist for the sake of beauty, fulfillment, fruitfulness, and peace. Here’s an illustration to help you see this.
Imagine who you would become and how well you would know God if you immersed yourself in the Bible. Here’s how you can build up your knowledge of the Bible over the next ten years.