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    THEOLOGY & APOLOGETICS    

Blind Faith


Christians are called to believe the unseeable, unknowable, unproveable.
That doesn't mean we're called to have blind faith.

Justin Tilghman
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    THEOLOGY & APOLOGETICS    

Beyond Redemption


Jesus promises to forgive all your sins if you accept Him as your savior. Is there a limit to His forgiveness? Can you sin so much Jesus can't save you?

Lamar Hayes
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   CURRENT AFFAIRS   

The Mosaic Law in Modern Life


God gave Israel rules to govern their religion, morality, and civil behavior. Do these laws have anything to do with us?

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Cory Carwile




   EXPLORING THE WORD   

Old Testament Childbirth Laws


Leviticus has some odd and very specific laws regarding a woman's recovery from childbirth. Some say they're strictly ceremonial. But the might be actual, medical support.

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Stacy Mouat




   CHRISTIAN LIFE & GROWTH   

Luck, Miracles, and God's Purposes


If God is sovereign, what about happenstance? Does He directly control everything, or leave room for chance?

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Christopher Schwinger




   THE TAKE AWAY   

From the Archives: Human Trafficking


January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. What are some human trafficking statistics? How big a problem is it really?

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Kersley Fitzgerald


   READING PLAN   

The Characteristics of God


We are made in the image of God, and we compare what we know about God to what we know about His image. What is God really like?

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Readings about God




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2017 and Psalm 146



2017 will bring a lot of changes to our country. Psalm 146 teaches us not to trust in human effort but to keep faith in God.

Read more...Mark King


  CHRISTIAN LIFE & GROWTH

  

Hardships and the Pool of Siloam



Is God good? Is He sovereign? Then why do we experience hardships? How we can find understanding and healing at the Pool of Siloam.

Read more...Christopher Schwinger


  CHURCH HISTORY

  

The Schism



A millennium ago, the church split into Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodox. But the cracks started long before.

Read more...Paul Shunamon


  CHRISTIAN LIFE & GROWTH

  

It's Okay to have Doubts



Most believers doubt at some point. It's a natural consequence of not understanding. But we can't let doubt slide to unbelief.

Read more...Denise M. Kohlmeyer


  CHRISTIAN LIFE & GROWTH

  

Your Pain has a Purpose



God's kingdom is going to be filled with losers, criminals, and those who just can't get it right — us. And we will find that our pain on earth had a purpose.

Read more...Dennis Cooper


  GOT QUESTIONS

  

From the Archives: Rocky Mountain High



How should Christians respond to the legalization of marijuana? Is the legalization of marijuana something Christians should oppose?

Read more...S. Michael Houdmann


  GOT QUESTIONS? READING PLAN

  

The Traits of God



God's relationship with His creation is unique. He is in all while still distinct. He is above all and never changes. And His glory displays His beauty.

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