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The Trinity: A Solution, Not a Problem Part 2

  Read part 1 here

Solid Ground | Theology | Greg Koukl | December 21, 2015

The Trinity: A Solution, Not a Problem Part 1

  I want to start by asking three questions I hope will alert you to problems I’m willing to bet you’ve never thought about as a Christian. Three Questions, Three Problems Here’s the first question: What is the one thing that everyone who believes in God agrees on about what God is like?  The answer, by common assent, is that God is love.  

Solid Ground | Theology | Greg Koukl | October 30, 2015

A Reformation the Church Doesn't Need Part 2

Since the birth of the church, no Christian authority—no theologian, no church council, no denominational confession, no seminary—ever hinted that homosexual behavior was morally legitimate.  Now congregations across the country are becoming “gay friendly” at an alarming rate, convinced that for two millennia we’ve all simply misunderstood our Bibles.

Solid Ground | Christianity & Culture | Alan Shlemon | August 31, 2015

A Reformation the Church Doesn't Need Part 1

A New Reformation is a reformation we do not need.  These people are organized, serious, and single-minded—and you need to be ready for them, because and they are coming to your church. 

Solid Ground | Christianity & Culture | Alan Shlemon | June 30, 2015

Redeeming the Time

   “The days drag on, the years fly by,” the saying goes.  So true.  Our time is precious, and the older I get the faster it seems to go.  James says life is like a vapor that appears for a little while and then vanishes away.  So much to do; so little time to do it.

Solid Ground | Miscellaneous | Greg Koukl | April 30, 2015

Misquoting God Part 2

  Read part 1 I would like to rescue you from a mistake virtually every Christian makes now and then when they go to the Bible that prevents you from knowing what God is saying to you personally in His Word.  You may not thank me, though, because some of what I have to say will probably irritate you.

Solid Ground | Theology | Greg Koukl | March 2, 2015

Misquoting God Part 1

  Verses Commonly Misunderstood, Mischaracterized, or Maligned It doesn’t happen often, but this time I was caught completely flatfooted, struck dumb by a challenge from a young Christian woman in Cairo.

Solid Ground | Theology | Greg Koukl | December 23, 2014

Line in the Sand

  In Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia, four children, poking about in the back of an old wardrobe in the attic, stumble on another world filled with peculiar delights and strange enchantments.  Did you ever tumble by accident into an ancient world?  Something like that happened to me recently.

Solid Ground | Christianity & Culture | Greg Koukl | October 31, 2014

Naturalism: Bumping into Reality

  Lately I’ve been enjoying my nine-year-old Annabeth’s theological common sense.  “Papa, why don’t atheists believe in God?” she asked. “Well, for a number of reasons,” I said.  “Partly because they can’t see Him, so they don’t believe in Him.” “Can they see atoms?” she offered. “Good point. But I think they’d say that doesn’t count since they can still detect atoms with scientific instruments, something they can’t do with God.  They won’t believe in anything they can’t measure scientifically.”

Solid Ground | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | September 2, 2014

God, Evolution, and Morality Part 2

Read part 1 here Can There Be Good without God? In 1982, I lived in Thailand for seven months supervising a feeding program in a Cambodian refugee camp named Sakaeo.  My charge: 18,250 Khmer refugees who had escaped the holocaust perpetrated on Kampuchea by the Khmer Rouge after the fall of Phnom Penh in 1975.

Solid Ground | Ethics | Greg Koukl | June 26, 2014