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
The Bible says jealousy is a sin. So, how do we practically deal with it? The Bible also says that Yahweh is a jealous God. What are we to make of that?
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
If God cannot disagree with Himself, why do the Father and the Son seem to have differing views on unclean foods?
In Eden, God gave us every plant and tree for food. So shouldn’t those redeemed and restored by Christ go back to the original design and embrace a meat-free diet?
Christians can sometimes find themselves wondering about their salvation. Are these questions an indicator that our confession wasn’t genuine?
As complex and brilliant as the doctrine of the Trinity is, many seem to think it has very little backing from the first part of the Bible. Is this a fair assessment?
Not everyone is naturally given to taking the lead or providing direction. Some are happier to follow. What does this mean in the Christian home?
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?
If the three Persons of the Trinity are co-equal, do we still address all our prayers to God the Father?
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