Don’t just receive the things that are presented to you, but take the time to stop and ASK questions.
There is much debate about the nature of science and religion. Some argue the two areas give us understanding in distinct ways. But should there be a battle?
A 6,000-year-old earth? When you look up the Bible references, the math’s not that hard!
No matter how hard they try, scientists can’t connect the missing links in human evolution. Why not?
The term Hinduism refers to a singular religious identity of the Hindu tradition that incorporates multiple cultures and a variety of belief systems.
The Bible stresses a father’s duty to train up his children consistently in God’s truth, despite all the busyness of daily life.
Social media and television bombard us daily with contradictory claims. How can we find the meat among the bones? Just ASK.
Ask your Mormon friends if they are weary of trying to earn God’s favor, and then point them to the true Jesus whose yoke is easy and burden is light.
Researchers have unearthed some intriguing human-like fossils. Did ape-men once walk on the earth, and should it matter to Christians?
If Easter is supposed to be a celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus, how did all these symbols and customs get added to the original fasting and feasting?
The controversy over the name Easter, when used in association with the celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus, is interesting, to say the least.
Many claim that what we call Easter today was developed as Roman Catholicism co-opted pagan festivals celebrated in honor of various false gods and goddesses.
Sooner or later it is going to happen—you are going to be challenged to act on your convictions about what marriage is.
How should we use “Were you there?” to engage and challenge the evolution story of the universe and promote the biblical creation view?
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