In Acts 16, we’re introduced to a rag-tag group of people with nothing in common who Jesus brings together to form a church.
Much can be said about the Great Awakening and those who created the movement, but great wisdom can be gained from even the most cursory understanding.
With so much disagreement surrounding the Bible and theology, understanding how to manage tension between two extremes is not only helpful but necessary.
Paul started his letter to the Philippians as a thank-you, but of course, he never wastes an opportunity to share what’s on his heart.
Biblical authority is worth wrestling with because, if the Bible is the Word of God, then disobeying the Bible means disobeying God himself.
Can you trust the Bible? Does it really answer any of your questions? What you think about the Bible drastically changes how you read it.
Paul tells us in Philippians that we will fight and suffer, but also encourags us to rejoice. How is it possible to have joy in the midst of the battle?
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Gutenberg’s printing press revolutionized the way books were made and information was spread, paving the way for a world in which the Bible is published on a massive scale.
It’s a common query: why do bad things happen to good people? And frankly, it’s not a bad question, but often, it isn’t just hypothetical, it’s personal.
We read about the tabernacle in the Old Testament, but it actually tells us a lot about Jesus, the Holy Spirit, and how God interacts with his people.
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