God could choose to save everyone — or destroy everyone. Yet, He chooses to save some and pass over others for destruction
The world calls them oppressors. Christians are inclined to see them as “God’s chosen people”. Is there a ‘right side’?
The last book of the Bible was completed more than more than 1,900 years ago. How can it be relevant to us living in the 21st century?
Music is an integral part of worship. But what about songs produced by churches that do not have a strong theological base?
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
The dynamics of a joint family setup are hardly ever smooth. What can believers do when dealing with unbelieving relatives or contentious in-laws? Find out
That we will all die is well established. What happens after we take our last breath is disputed. But the Bible has answers
A reader asks why the Jewish remnant mentioned in the last book of the Bible failed to include one of its original tribes
Does it matter if ministers don't devote any of their teaching to that place of judgement reserved for those who reject God?
When God created the world, He declared it all good. A reader asked: where did sin originate from to begin with, in that case?
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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