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Sara’S, abortion, and the debate that fell flat

September 24, 2021  - By Jiby

If the zygote is a life, it doesn’t matter what the “law of the land” is. It is no longer a question of legality. It is a question of morality

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

Good to eat: did Jesus contradict the OT?

August 17, 2021  - By Thomson B Thomas

If God cannot disagree with Himself, why do the Father and the Son seem to have differing views on unclean foods?

The joys of memorising Scripture

August 15, 2021  - By Jeniffer Samson

Hiding the Word of God in our hearts is a sure way to keep us in the will of God at all times

The husband’s handbook: A call to covenant

August 6, 2021  - By Tobin Mattackal

To be a godly husband is not merely a good gesture; rather, it is a commandment from the Lord. And saying, “I do” is just the beginning

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?

Corporate worship

July 7, 2021  - By Mario Peter

True worship is carried along by the Holy Spirit based on the truths of God’s Word. So, how does this play out when the church gathers?

Are secular jobs less valuable to the Lord?

April 25, 2021  - By Timothy Spees

It's a common misconception that non-ministry occupations are not 'as sacred', but these too can be an act of worship to the Lord

The Holy Spirit and the Prince – Part 1

April 23, 2021  - By Tom Horvat

The Person and ministry of the Holy Spirit become quite clear when we review the life of Christ in the light of the prophecy of Isaiah

Time to tune out

March 10, 2021  - By Lisa Mattackal

Everyone wants to hear from God. But He is not going to clamour over the noisy din and chaos in our lives. What we need is quiet

Is it selfish for growing believers to change churches?

December 15, 2020  - By George Mattackal

When local assemblies fall short of their mission to shepherd their flock well, should Christians wait in prayer or move for the sake of spiritual growth?

The refuge set before us

December 13, 2020  - By Tom Horvat

A troubling season in Israel’s history reveals much about why hardships happen — and how we as believers should respond to afflictions

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