Christ's suffering on the cross accomplished our salvation once for all. A reader asks why Colossians seems to be espousing poor theology at first glance
There are stories in the Old Testament where God seems to show partiality. But how is that consistent with what we know about His character?
It might seem unthinkable, yet maltreatment of others is a sad reality among those of the faith as well. Find out how to tackle such delicate situations
When trying to evaluate the genuineness of fellow belivers, at what point does discernment cross over into unwarranted judgement?
If nothing can frustrate the plans that God has determined in advance, where should believers stand on the matter of civic responsibilities and freedoms?
Read about the arguments advocates use to justify homosexuality and whether they really hold water when held up against the teaching of the Bible
Jesus lived 2,000 years ago, long before we were ever born. A reader asked how His work on the cross can atone for those who didn't even exist at the time
In recent years, some have made attempts to apologise on behalf of a whole, particularly when our ancestors have acted in ways we disagree with today
A reader asked if the Bible was contradicting itself in stating that no one could see God and live, while also promising that we will behold God some day
A reader asked if accessing pirated content online was really that big a deal — especially considering the practice is so widespread
There is a lot of pressure on couples to have kids. This week, a reader posed a query that has, no doubt, crossed many minds: what if they don't want to?
A reader asks for practical advice about when a church's leadership fails to accurately divide His Word and edify the body of believers
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