Why do Christians obey the Old Testament’s laws about sexuality but still eat shellfish? The reason why is found by understanding the different types of laws in the Old Testament and the nature of human sexuality.
Christians are able to remember the message of Hanukkah as a reminder of both God’s provision and as a call for our faithfulness to God.
Did Paul teach a different gospel to Gentiles and Jews? Obviously not, but then, why was his ministry so different towards them?
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.
Does God love everyone or only Christians? The Bible teaches God love all people, but not with the same kind of saving love.
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 did the Church decide Christmas would be celebrated on December 25th? Was it merely an attempt to Christianize pagan holidays? Two theories are summarized.
Christian parents are wondering, “Can Christians have an elf on the shelf?” There are two reasons my family will not get an Elf on the Shelf.
What are some of the most popular Christian views on creation, and what are the essentials that every Christian needs to agree on?
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?
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