Dr. Scott Shiffer has a Ph.D. in Christian Theology from the B.H. Carroll Theological Institute and has been teaching religion classes since 2006. He leads Faith and Culture Now, an organization to help believers think biblically about culture in America. Scott has given numerous presentations, including one at Oxford. He has spoken at church retreats, youth retreats, conferences, and has taught discipleship classes for many years. Scott is married and has four children. He has a heart for helping believers draw closer to God and for aiding them as they are faced with new challenges every day.
We know it’s wrong, but many of us simply can’t help using curse words — given the world we live in. Well, that doesn’t have to be the case
God instituted marriage — and the family. If so, why does He seem to be silent on men taking multiple wives?
The bereaved often grapple with questions about the afterlife — like whether we’ll recognise family and friends on the other shore
Actions have real-life consequences and, sometimes, it’s hard to let bygones be bygones. What is the Christian to do in such a situation?
The Bible seems full of amazing miracles. Seeing those today would be so faith-affirming. So why don’t they happen more often?
The world calls them oppressors. Christians are inclined to see them as “God’s chosen people”. Is there a ‘right side’?
The Bible says, "Ask and you will receive", but Christians know there are some things that will remain broken till He returns. What then, asks a reader
In the Old Testament, God gives Job a very elaborate description of a terrifying creature. A reader asks if we've any proof for its existence
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