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?
If Jesus is God, He must be sovereign and omniscient. And yet, He claims to not know when He would come back. How can this be?
The term ‘the abomination of desolation’ comes up during Jesus’ Olivet discourse. What does it mean?
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
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