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Over the years, I’ve become increasingly concerned with one practice of well-meaning Christians: using the “sinner’s prayer” to lead someone to Christ.
Sometimes we can infer Jesus’ view on something we have no record of by listening carefully to His view on a related thing He did weigh in on.
Church discipline isn’t a remnant of the first-century church. It’s a New Covenant principle that can and should be applied today.
If the resurrection is just our make-believe-to-make-me-feel-happy kind of story, then we are a sorry bunch.
Greg Koukl interviews Sam Allberry, author of Is God Anti-Gay? on the question, how can the church support Christians with same-sex attraction who want to follow Christ?
Just like God’s rational nature grounds rational truth and His moral nature grounds moral truth, God’s aesthetic nature is the grounding of aesthetic truth.
Like you, I was horrified to hear of the tragic mass killing in Orlando last month. A man opened fire in an Orlando nightclub, killed 49 innocent human beings, and injured another 53. It was the largest mass shooting in U.S. history and the worst terrorist attack in the United States since September 11.
Melinda: Hey there folks. This is STR ask. I'm Melinda the Enforcer with Greg playing air guitar for the opening, and not very convincingly actually – I might say goofily. Greg: Air guitar is air guitar. It's air. It's not supposed to be like a real guitar.
I love Jesus, but sometimes He said troubling things. For example, Matthew quotes Jesus as saying, “Everyone who confesses Me before men, I will also confess him before My Father who is in Heaven. But whoever denies Me before men, I will also deny him before My Father who is in Heaven” (Matt. 10:32-33). Deny Christ and you can be denied entry into Heaven. That’s harsh.
If you are courteous and offer something of substance, sometimes even hardcore atheists will take notice. August 1, 2014 Last fall I had an unforgettable conversation with a former French atheist named Guillaume who told me how God found him and what got his attention. One particular detail of his story offers an insight you might find helpful as you engage others with the claims of Christ. Let’s just call it the “surprise factor.”