Being biblical is only possible if our goal is to be a faithful and dynamic disciple of Jesus.
Apologetics column. Our contributors answer basic questions that people, often especially our youth, have about their beliefs.
Much of what we “know” about hell stems from the imagination of poets and artists. But how much is true?
How can we know for sure that Jesus existed?
Christians have asked this question since the early church.
He validated his agnosticism by naming all the ways “the church” and “Christianity” had hurt people . . .
- When I was a campus pastor, students often asked questions about the Bible’s trustworthiness or truthfulness. Most of the questions fall into three general types...
- A few weeks ago I had lunch at the local Sikh temple (Gurdwara).
You can’t argue someone into faith or into the kingdom of God.