In this passage we see that Paul expects Christians to act like Christians because they have been changed by God.
Here are 2 main reasons why Christians should care about Gender and Sexuality.
Here’s a quick 6 minute video with 4 reasons we can trust the Bible.
Here’s a quick 5 minute video/audio on a how to view viruses and natural disasters from a biblical perspective.
What does it mean that “Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures?” What’s essential for the Christian faith?
If love is the fulfillment of the law, what place does the law still have for the Christian?
Here’s an interview I did on the resurrection: why it matters, how it affects our personal devotion, and the best answers to objections.
Genesis 1:1 tells us several things about the world we live in and sets the stage for how we understand all of the rest of the Bible and creation.
How should we think about the claim that all religions are equally valid, each containing parts of a greater whole of religious truth?
Christianity affirms the virgin birth of Jesus, but Atheism has its own “virgin births” as well.
Should we treat Paul’s writings with the same authority as those of Jesus?
Do we need God to make sense of morality, or can we base it on altruism, empathy, and fairness?
Is religion just about values whereas science tells us about facts?
Is Christianity just for Earthlings? And how should Christians view intelligent life if it were discovered elsewhere in the universe?
Is it possible that one day we will discover a naturalistic cause for the universe? Why Do Christians just say “God did it?”
For what reasons should we believe that God created the heavens and the earth?
The Bible says God loves people, but does it say anything about him hating people too?
Who does Jesus claim to be, and why does the Bible shy away from directly saying that Jesus is God?
There’s a way that many Christians implicitly show that they value the physical more than the spiritual: how they handle false teaching.
What is fairness, and is God fair? Why does he treat some people differently than others?
I share 5 lessons I’ve learned over the last 200 episodes!
We often say and hear that God can do everything, but can he? Would we even want him to be able to do that?
People don’t make up stories to embarrass themselves, and the Bible contains numerous details embarrassing to the authors and Jesus.
There are many popular teachers that we may find encouraging, but what are they encouraging us with and how should we analyze their teaching?
With so many ideas and points of view today, how can we better analyze ideas and see if they’re true or false? Here are 7 questions to help!
Would you destroy everyone with a flood? And if you wouldn’t, then wouldn’t that mean you think God did the wrong thing?
Do people go to Hell for not believing the gospel, or is there something else going on?
What is legalism? Is obedience legalism? Are there different kinds?
40% of millennial Christians think that if someone disagrees with you it means they’re judging you. But is this true?
47% of millennial Christians think it is wrong to try share their faith with the intent of converting someone. How should we think through this issue?
Why does Paul say that those who were with him heard the voice but in a different place he says they didn’t hear the voice?
Did early christians regard the old testament as authoritative in general and with regards to sexual immorality?
Scientists and Doctors are weighing in on the morality of abortion, but this should cause us to ask: what can science tell us about if abortion is good or moral?
Early Christians believed the Old Testament was Scripture, but did they believe the New Testament was too? And did the New Testament writers believe they were writing Scripture?
Some biblical passages and some creeds seem to say that Jesus went to Hell after his crucifixion, but did he really?
There’s a lot of talk today about doing “Big Things” for God. Is this biblical and how should we think about it?
There are two “virgin births.” Which do you believe in? And why is the virgin birth of Jesus actually important?
Many of the causes that people feel most strongly about today only make sense in a Christian worldview. We can use these deep seated passions to draw a line to the gospel.
One third of Evangelicals believe that religious claims are just about opinion, not objective fact. Is this true? And how should we think through this claim?
It seems most people think that humans are basically good by nature. But are they? And how is our understanding of the gospel dependent on how we answer this question?
A recent survey points to over half of evangelicals affirms that God accepts worship from all religions, but what does Scripture say?
A recent survey points to greater than 70% of Evangelicals thinking that Jesus is a created being. We look at how to approach this issue biblically.
Would more people believe if only they had more information, or is there some other factor at play?
Our work an be an apologetic for what we believe. Yet, we often take our jobs more seriously in some areas than we should, and in other areas we don’t treat it seriously enough.
Jesus ate with the sinners and tax collectors, but does this mean that Christians should be welcoming to all people, or is there more to it?
Explicitly and implicitly today, many people think science is the only way to know something. Yet, there are several issues with this view. We look at 3 on this week’s episode.
Modern translations are excellent. But they have at least one downside we need to be aware of in order to get the most we can out of God’s word.
Every parent needs to be concerned about the affect transgenderism will likely have on their children. After showing why that is, we then quickly summarize the book “Gender: A Conversation Guide for Parents and Pastors”
Paul seems to say that something can be right for one person and wrong for another. Is this true? And how does this apply to modern conversations around drinking and Christian liberty?
We should care about everyone flourishing in the world, but we must be careful how we present this idea.