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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.
A 6,000-year-old earth? When you look up the Bible references, the math’s not that hard!
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?
Imagine dinosaurs living with people. It’s the only reasonable conclusion if the Bible is true.
Few people have actually read the works of Darwin, and if they did they might be shocked to read some of Darwin’s ideas.
Many people do not realize that science was actually developed in Christian Europe by men who assumed that God created an orderly universe.
Does God Condone Polygamy?
The clear, biblical answer is yes. Nothing that is possible according to God’s character and purpose is impossible for Him.
Noah is a film filled with blasphemous representations of God and character assassinations of Noah.
Should Christians support certain movies? This article uses the Noah movie as a framework to discuss the issue of attending movies with Christian themes and biblical storylines.
Evaluating claims made about or based upon the Word of God are even more important than claims of a scientific nature.
These examples of critical thinking show how we can apply the ASK framework to evaluate scientific claims.
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