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Sara’S, abortion, and the debate that fell flat

Sara’S, abortion, and the debate that fell flat

September 24, 2021  - By Jiby

If the zygote is a life, it doesn’t matter what the “law of the land” is. It is no longer a question of legality. It is a question of morality

Who did Christ die for? The argument for limited atonement

Who did Christ die for? The argument for limited atonement

September 19, 2021  - By Godly John

Was the Saviour's sacrifice accomplished to pay for the sins of the whole world or only for the elect? Christians tend to fall into two camps on this one

Who did Christ die for? The argument for unlimited atonement

Who did Christ die for? The argument for unlimited atonement

September 12, 2021  - By Revanth T.

Was the Saviour's sacrifice accomplished to pay for the sins of the whole world or only for the elect? Christians tend to fall into two camps on this one

Making sense of war

Making sense of war

September 8, 2021  - By Tom Horvat

All the violence in the world makes “world peace” seem like a mere dream. But why is there so much strife in the first place?

Hosea is not about Hosea

Hosea is not about Hosea

September 5, 2021  - By Tobin Mattackal

Many things about the book of Hosea seem strange. But God. And we shouldn't miss what is revealed about Him

Beyond thoughts and prayers

Beyond thoughts and prayers

September 1, 2021  - By Lisa Mattackal

Christians are sometimes accused of merely spouting cliches when they offer to pray. Are we falling short of effective, consistent supplication?

Does tolerance mean compromising convictions?

Does tolerance mean compromising convictions?

August 25, 2021  - By Jerusha Joel

Taking the middle ground to live and let live is the call of the hour — and yet the Christian must ask: how much is too much?

The joyous transformation

The joyous transformation

August 20, 2021  - By Tom Horvat

There is no greater thing than to rehearse what God has done through his Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, in turning our darkness into light

How to measure spiritual maturity

How to measure spiritual maturity

August 18, 2021  - By Lisa Mattackal

We can never be fully satisfied with our spiritual condition until we become like Jesus Christ, our Standard, in every way

Lessons en route to Golgotha — Part 3

Lessons en route to Golgotha — Part 3

August 13, 2021  - By Jiby

Led to be crucified, having endured much brutality, Jesus addresses the Jews one more time along the way: yet again for their sake, not His own

Is it good to be a fundamentalist Christian?

Is it good to be a fundamentalist Christian?

August 8, 2021  - By Garrett Haley

More Christians seem to want to distance themselves from ‘fundamentalism’ altogether. But perhaps there is a thing or two we can learn

The husband’s handbook: A call to covenant

The husband’s handbook: A call to covenant

August 6, 2021  - By Tobin Mattackal

To be a godly husband is not merely a good gesture; rather, it is a commandment from the Lord. And saying, “I do” is just the beginning

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