The Bible reveals that humans are unique creatures designed for much more than just survival. Humans are creative, emotional, and spiritual beings, separate from the animal kingdom. We are designed to have deep relationships with others and with our Creator.
Throughout our culture, there seems to be an identity crisis. People do not know who they are. Daily, we are bombarded with lies. “You are what you look like.” “You are what you buy.” “You’re just an animal with a conscience.” “You are whatever you choose to be.” “You are nothing.” No wonder people are confused.
Suicide is the third leading cause of death among 15–24 year-olds in America, A frightening number of adolescents consider self-inflicted death to be a permanent “solution” to their temporary troubles. Does not the same God who created us have the ability to help, guide, and comfort us?
Our ability to communicate and understand, feel emotions, and think rationally shows that we are created for a purpose—to have a relationship with God.
On the question of purposes, we encounter a very important point of difference between biblical and evolutionary thought.
Throughout our culture there seems to be an identity crisis. People don't know who they are.
As I read this issue’s article “Dying to Live Another Day,” I was reminded of my own brush with death.
Sometimes, a single phone call can change your whole life . . . and change it forever.
When God’s Son makes us free, we are free indeed. Our life takes on a whole new purpose.
A critic accuses us of being motivated by hate. As John UpChurch, AiG–U.S., points out, what we hate is not what the skeptic thinks.
The only thing suicide offers in abundance is ultimate defeat, without a second chance at victory ever again.
A recent, lengthy article in U.S. News & World Report is representative of a flood of writings centered on a “secular” search for truth and meaning.
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