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How did Jesus not know when He would return?

October 5, 2021  - By Rufus Simon Varghese

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?

His ways are not my ways

July 11, 2021  - By Premilla Jacob

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

Learning to back down

November 6, 2020  - By Sherry Thomas

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

Does it matter if Christians vote?

October 27, 2020  - By Tom Horvat

If nothing can frustrate the plans that God has determined in advance, where should believers stand on the matter of civic responsibilities and freedoms?

Always on His mind

September 27, 2020  - By Premilla Jacob

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

Paul in lockdown: lessons to learn

March 27, 2020  - By Sam K. John

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

Why did God create the devil?

March 10, 2020  - By Dr. Barry K. Creamer

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?

Are trials making you bitter or better?

February 9, 2020  - By Kendall Lyons

Nobody wants to experience pain, especially not willfully. But we are also told in Scripture that some degree of suffering is inevitable

Can Christians participate in anti-government protests?

January 14, 2020  - By Tobin Mattackal

How do Christians reconcile their mandate to be submissive to their governing authorities with their desire to stand up for the oppressed?

YHWH and Chandrayaan 2

November 27, 2019  - By Revanth T.

We can understand several fundamental realities, which go beyond the findings on the moon, when we dissect the often-overlooked theological underpinnings of space exploration

Why does God “desire” all to be saved, if He already knows who the elect are?

October 15, 2019  - By Rufus Simon Varghese

The concepts of predestination and election are tough ones to wrestle with, if we do not have a right understanding of who God is

Reflecting on the Sri Lankan attacks, three months on

July 21, 2019  - By Revanth T.

The carnage that claimed over 250 lives on Easter Sunday this year is no longer making headlines. What comfort do Christians have amidst the death and despair?



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