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?
God instituted marriage — and the family. If so, why does He seem to be silent on men taking multiple wives?
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?
In this final part of the Decalogue series, find out how the last three laws apply to us — and whether God would hold us guilty for flouting them today
“Love your neighbour” is a wonderful way to sum up the second section of the 10 commandments. And God tells us exactly what that looks like
Worship is the highest duty of man. But God has certain rules about how to go about it too — laws that were given for our good
The Bible is firmly divided into old and new Testaments, and we know we live in the age of ‘grace’. That begs a question: is the Law still relevant to us?
Deliverance from adversaries and difficult situations brings great joy and relief. But there are two other places we can find joy and protection in God
A reader asked if accessing pirated content online was really that big a deal — especially considering the practice is so widespread
Both Mount Sinai and Mount Zion picture covenants between a holy God and sinful man — but only one signifies Good News for all
A reader asked: If God’s complete plan of salvation was only revealed after Christ came, how were they saved who lived before Him?
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