The secular world is primarily concerned about socio-economic equalities. But Christians know that the issue of equality pervades all of human life
Scripture says that “fury is not in God”. But God's wrath against sin is also made loud and clear. Is there a contradiction here?
Life seems too short to hold grudges—and too difficult to let them go. So, is forgiveness merely a good lie we tell each other?
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?
We are sustained in our walk with God, not because we are holding on to the Lord, but because He is lovingly holding on to us
Being wronged by others hurts — a lot. Yet, exercising humility in those moments is not only an act of faith — it is also an act of worship
If nothing can frustrate the plans that God has determined in advance, where should believers stand on the matter of civic responsibilities and freedoms?
What is the proof of God’s love? For one, you could freeze any moment in history or eternity — and you would find Him thinking of you
As we practise social distancing, consider the apostle who lived under house arrest for two years and showed us how to glorify God in isolation
Satan is the evil ruler of this present age, but why did God create him in the first place? Didn’t He know Satan would wreak havoc on His creation?
Nobody wants to experience pain, especially not willfully. But we are also told in Scripture that some degree of suffering is inevitable
How do Christians reconcile their mandate to be submissive to their governing authorities with their desire to stand up for the oppressed?
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