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Do Christians need to avoid offending anyone? What does Paul mean when he says to “give no offense in anything”? Jeremy Ham, AiG–US, explains.
Tim Chaffey and Jeremy Ham (AiG–US) examine four misconceptions about Christmas.
Why are people called fools in Scripture even though Jesus told us not to call people fools?
This holiday comes every year, so at times Thanksgiving Day can seem like just a tired tradition. After all, each time is usually about the same as the year before.
It seems they cannot stand the fact that we would even dare to question and expose their bias-filled conclusions for what they are.
Many people conclude that making judgments on anyone (especially coming from Christians) is wrong because the Bible says ”judge not” (Matthew 7:1).
Although what God has done through the Lord Jesus Christ gives us the reason to be joyful always, do you also fear God in light of Christ’s birth?
Whether we like it or not, scary monsters permeate our culture, particularly during this season. What should our attitude be toward these “monsters”?
Jeremy Ham and Tim Chaffey, AiG–US, thank our devotional readers for their support and encouragement.
Jeremy Ham, AiG–U.S., provides insights from Paul’s message in Athens to explain how we can witness to those who do not know the Bible.
Jeremy Ham, AiG–U.S., uses Peter’s example on Pentecost to explain how to witness to those who have foundational knowledge of the Scriptures.
Jeremy Ham, AiG–U.S., reminds us that we must rely on God’s guidance rather than trusting in our own plans.
Jeremy Ham, AiG–U.S., explains how God plans to utilize believers in different ways to accomplish His work.
Why did Paul encourage Christians to pray everywhere, but Jesus said to pray in secret?
Jeremy Ham, AiG–U.S., instructs readers to pay careful attention to their motivations for the things they do.
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