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What is “Sin that Leads to Death” in 1 John 5:16-17?

What is the sin that leads to death and the sin that does not lead to death? When would we be encouraged to not pray for someone?

Who are the “Sons of God” in Genesis 6:1-4?

Is the Bible talking about angels when it says, “the sons of God saw that the daughters of man were attractive”?

Four Ways to Read Your Bible

“Read your Bible.” It’s common advice to hear in church. Let’s pretend that you’re a new Christian hearing this advice, so on Monday morning you wake up half an hour early to do it. As you sit at the kitchen counter and set your english muffin and coffee down, you grab your Bible to wonder… “Ok, what now?”

Do False Teachers Concern You?

Do false teachers concern you? Do you ask theological questions about the books you read, music you listen to, shows you watch, or teachers you learn from? 

Was Paul a Ministry Hypocrite?

Did Paul teach a different gospel to Gentiles and Jews? Obviously not, but then, why was his ministry so different towards them?

What’s it Mean to be a “Salty Christian?”

What does it mean for your words to be “seasoned with salt” or to be the “salt of the earth?” In short, Christians should talk in a way that preserve life.

The Danger of Deceptive Godliness: Learning From Ananias & Sapphira

Why did Ananias and Sapphira die for keeping some of their money? Not because they kept some, but because they lied to God and thought they’d get away with it.

How To Build a Reading Plan

With so many books to read, how can we choose what’s worth reading? Here are some questions to ask to help build a reading plan for 2017.

Top 5 Books I’ve read in 2016

Here are the top 5 books I’ve read in 2016. Some are new books, some are old – all will be helpful and worth your time.

How to Read Your Bible

How can a Christian read and understand the Bible? Here are some tips and suggestions to help you study the Bible more effectively to grow in your faith.

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