Written by GotQuestions.org founder, S. Michael Houdmann, this blog is full of articles that provide additional insights on the various questions answered on GotQuestions.org. Questions include those that are most popular, most controversial and toughest to answer.

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Written by Christian apologist Robin Schumacher, the Compelling Truth blog strives to present the truth of God as it relates to our lives in a vivid and persuasive manner. Topics include atheism, the nature of faith and belief, and various aspects of ministry.

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Written by Kersley Fitzgerald, sci-fi writer, blogger and adoptive mom, this series of articles explores the spiritual "take away" that is often possible from our life experiences, the people we encounter, the choices we make, and the places we go.


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Written by theologian and church-goer Jim Allen, this blog is all about side-stepping the pitfalls and traps Satan sets for the sheep. False doctrine is a very real danger that ruins lives and wrecks souls. Jim Allen helps bring dark things to light in Keep Watch!

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Because He is the creator of every person on Earth and has divinely connected each of us together, God is present even in the finer minutia of our days and weeks. Not a second passes without our Heavenly Father taking notice. If we watch very closely and listen, we will see and hear God's tools at work—even in the everyday.

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Truth was never meant to be a mystery. In fact, it can be found, felt, understood and applied to life in ways that will change everything. This column is dedicated to presenting a clear and correct understanding of the Bible - and the critical truths about divine and human life it contains.

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Was the Matrix supposed to be full of spiritual metaphors, or was it just you? Do you sometimes feel like a Christian misfit because you prefer art galleries to potlucks? From Battlestar Galactica to Jane Austen, this column explores the spiritual side of the art world.

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How does knowledge turn into devotion? Can I be holy without becoming self-righteous? Once I have faith, do I have to prove that I'm saved? This column explores the practical aspects of living the Christian life - without giving you a guilt trip.

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A good shepherd protects the flock from wolves, and feeds them good food. What does it look like when we conduct our churches and ministries in a biblical way? What happens when churches stop protecting, and become interested in selfish gain? Is it even okay to ask these questions?

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Can a person be a Christian and still be intellectually honest? Is a seven-day creation even possible? From neutrinos to nebulae; micro-chips to macro-evolution, this column explores God's creation, man's explanations, and how the Bible is still relevant.

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What's going on in our world? Does it have spiritual significance? What does the Bible say about political involvement? This column is full of articles that we hope will help you navigate the seas of media and politics without losing your spiritual bearings.

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Why do Christians believe what they do? Why do they choose the God of the Bible over any other religious following? Learn about the person of God and why His followers choose Him through Christian theology and apologetics articles by various Blogos contributors.

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Written by singer / songwriter Tiffany Wismer, this column is about how to bear spiritual fruit the organic, natural way - by letting God do it for you. Let go of guilt, get out from under the thumb of legalism, and experience the freedom that is trusting Christ.

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Written by adventurer / philosopher Zeke Wheeler, this blog is all about thinking about. Wring boredom out your brain with Zeke's articles on the universe, quantum wavelenths, monkeys writing poetry, and other important and interesting stuff. Based on a series of fictional post-mortem journals.

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