At conception, we are created in the image of God. At our second birth, we submit our lives to Him. But partial submission is not what Christ calls us to
People in government often support things that we as Christians cannot. A reader asked why a sovereign God would even permit such authorities to reign
How do we grow our appreciation for a book so old, so familiar, yet so hotly-debated? It's a question believers still ask today — and the crux of this book
Jesus is not only a historical figure, but also our eternal contemporary — someone who continues to have a far-reaching influence on the world
It's easy for power to go to our heads if we're not careful. What can believers do to rightly represent Christ in such positions — whether at work or home?
The Bible does not talk about demons in detail, but it does tell us they are real, and references them in several passages. Read on to learn more
The Bible offers instruction on the question of women’s authority inside the church, but does that extend to other settings as well?
The church is not God, nor can it save anyone — but it is called to represent Christ on earth and decipher who true gospel confessors are
A reader asks if God's instruction forbidding tattoos in the book of Leviticus applies to us who are no longer under law, but saved by grace
You didn't vote for them, but the polls have spoken and they're in charge of the nation now. In politically bleak times, Christians can gain from a perspective that is unashamedly Biblical
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