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I’ve been asked hundreds of questions about Islam, homosexuality, the problem of evil, abortion, the Bible, and many other topics. Some questions are easy, while others are hard. The most difficult question, though, is never about those topics. It’s about God.
If it’s true we needed to be released from the Mosaic Law through the death and resurrection of Christ in order to bear fruit for God, does that mean the Law is bad?
What was Jesus loving and accepting of during His ministry? Greg clarifies a common misconception.
There’s an increasing amount of confusion among Christians as to whether we’re obligated to follow the Mosaic Law in the Torah. Here’s what the New Testament has to say about this.
Some say Jesus never claimed to be the only way to God, but here are two famous verses that say otherwise.
We don’t reach out to non-Christians because they’re different from us. We reach out because they’re like us. We were once God’s enemy, and now we proclaim the message of reconciliation.
We need to be on guard against allowing the desire to defend God’s existence to become the hermeneutical lens through which we read the Scriptures.
How did Jesus answer the problem of evil presented to Him? His answer is short and to the point.
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.