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Does God change his mind? How should we harmonize passages that seem to present that he does and does not?
All sin is wrong, but is it all equally wrong? How does our understanding of sin affect how we understand the cross?
Do you want to do better in conversations about your convictions? Here are two simple tips that will help.
Is baptism required for salvation? If not, then why does the New Testament link it so closely with salvation, and if so, then why does the New Testament say salvation is by faith?
I talk with AJ Rhodes about how apologetics has strengthened his faith and helped him in conversations.
We need to be able to spot inconsistencies in other people's worldviews. Here, we examine two examples.
Can you make too many different arguments for justification being by faith and not works? Paul doesn't think so! See how he makes his case here.
See what Paul had to say in this passionate letter to the churches in Galatia. The truth of the Gospel was at stake there, just like it is today!
Since the Bible is God's word, we need to appreciate how it uses language in different styles so we can understand it correctly.
We are not a Christian Nation, but we had better be Christians in our nation.
What was the context of Genesis 1 and how should it affect how we understand the first chapter of the Bible and creation?
Is it time to get rid of the old phrase "love the sinner, hate the sin"? Should Christians even hate other people's sin?
Where does "loving our neighbor" fit with loving our God? And how does it fit with submitting to the authority of the Bible?
One of the results of increasing spiritual maturity is an increasing peace. Here are three areas in particular.
Is faith "the great cop-out" like Richard Dawkins says? Here are 2 points to consider about biblical faith.
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