Peter instructed husbands to honour their wives as “weaker vessels.” Is this an archaic command, and what does it tell us about Christian marriages today?
When God calls men and women into full-time ministry, it is a beautiful thing. But how does such a calling affect someone also considering marriage?
‘Free will’ is a vast subject—and everyone seems to have something to say. So, how does the Bible define it? In what sense are we free to do what we want?
Human life is intrinsically valuable because we are made in the image of God. But should we put someone to death for killing a fellow image-bearer?
Jesus spoke very highly of John the Baptist (Matthew 11:11). Still, he was only human. So could he offer a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sin?
Jesus was on the greatest mission of all: to save mankind from sin and death. Then why was He so adamant about keeping it a secret?
God is infinitely gracious. But how does that square with Jesus’ claim that there is one sin that has no forgiveness?
Jesus taught in parables all the time. But what point was He trying to make in talking about lamps—and issue a warning right after?
Angels are real; so says the Bible. But some traditions teach that God has assigned each of us an angel for our protection. Is this true?
In the Gospels, Jesus often used illustrations to make His point. But why would He refer to clothing and wine when asked about fasting?
Judas used the symbol of affection and honour to betray the Son of Man in what was the vilest acts in history. Why didn’t he just point Him out instead?
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