6 of Dr. Seuss' books are being pulled from production, leaving many people outraged. Here's how Christians should respond.
Some claim that wokeness is a danger to our churches that's pulling us off course. Is that true? Here are 4 thoughts.
You may have heard it said that "the sins of the father will be visited on the son." But what does that mean? What is generational sin?
How can being positive be a bad thing? When we use it to cover up real pain or be dismissive of others, that's what's called toxic positivity.
For those who grew up in a nuclear family, biblical adoption metaphors might not resonate deeply. But here's it's a perfect picture of the gospel.
Sometimes Jesus' humanity seems unrelatable to us. But here are some aspects of Jesus' life and ministry that show us how to be human.
Prosperity theology has hurt many well-intentioned and trusting people. It's so insidious, because it creates a different version of what's actually true. But here are 3 truths we can't let prosperity theology take from us.
The problem of evil has burdened the hearts of faith seekers and theologians for centuries. But here are 4 things to remember when you encounter evil in the world.
Certain debates in the Church consume far more time, effort, and attention than they should. I believe the age of the earth is one of those debates. For the better part of a hundred and fifty years, Christians have been arguing over exactly how old the world is. While a traditional understanding says that creation is … Continue reading Why Christians Need To Stop Dividing Over The Age Of The Earth
Predestination is one of the more mysterious and controversial ideas we find in the bible. It’s the idea that God chose, from eternity past, those whom he would and wouldn’t bring to a saving relationship with himself. In other words, it was God’s sovereign choice who would and wouldn’t come to faith in Jesus.In 1 … Continue reading Does God Predestine Certain People To Hell?