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The scandal of the Incarnation

January 2, 2022  - By Garrett Haley

The Incarnation is like a multi-faceted diamond; you could spend many lifetimes pondering over its depth and beauty and meaning

Who did Christ die for? The argument for limited atonement

September 19, 2021  - By Godly John

Was the Saviour's sacrifice accomplished to pay for the sins of the whole world or only for the elect? Christians tend to fall into two camps on this one

The antidote to spiritual confusion

August 11, 2021  - By Leni B

Deep theology seems an unnecessary pursuit to most. But often, knowing exactly who God is will prove our only source of rest

Is it good to be a fundamentalist Christian?

August 8, 2021  - By Garrett Haley

More Christians seem to want to distance themselves from ‘fundamentalism’ altogether. But perhaps there is a thing or two we can learn

Is there OT evidence for the Trinity?

July 27, 2021  - By Revanth T.

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?

Train up your child

July 18, 2021  - By Jeniffer Samson

Proverbs 22:6 is to parenting what Psalm 23:1 is to the Christian life. But like the poem, much of the true meaning of the proverb has been lost with time.

Whom should we address our prayers to: Father, Son or Holy Spirit?

June 29, 2021  - By Rufus Simon Varghese

If the three Persons of the Trinity are co-equal, do we still address all our prayers to God the Father?

Can we sing songs by Hillsong, Elevation Worship and Bethel Music?

May 25, 2021  - By Mario Peter

Music is an integral part of worship. But what about songs produced by churches that do not have a strong theological base?

What should churches keep in mind when baptising young believers?

May 5, 2020  - By Tobin Mattackal

In many circles, young believers hitting a certain 'age' start feeling pressured to be baptised, especially when their peers express such a desire

Guidelines for the grey areas of life – Part 5

March 4, 2020  - By Dr. Danny L. Akin

Find out why short-term loss, but long-term gain, is the way of Christ — and the way of love — when making wise decisions in wicked world

Are you an accidental Pharisee?

January 24, 2020  - By Sam K. John

If our idea of ‘separation’ is only concerned with externals or superficial things, we are no better than the hypocrites Jesus berated in the first century

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