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The World: Love It or Hate It?

Have you ever wondered why the Bible seems to be guilty of double-talk when speaking of "the world"?

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • August 10, 2012 |
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On the Use and Misuse of the Bible

A cafeteria-style approach to Scripture just won’t work. Enjoy the steak and potatoes, but eat your broccoli, too.

Leading a Bible Study

As a Bible study group leader, you’ll find your role changing back and forth from expert to cheerleader to lover to referee during the course of a session.

The Doctrine of the Trinity

The term "Trinity" is not a Biblical term, but it lies in Scripture in solution. When it is crystallized from its solvent, it does not cease to be Scriptural, but only comes into clearer view.

  • Benjamin B. Warfield |
  • July 25, 2012 |
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Liar, Lunatic or Lord? Making Sense of Jesus' Second Coming

By looking at five statements Jesus made about his eventual return, we can have confidence that Jesus was who he said he was.

The Fire of the Word

Throughout history, the Bible has fundamentally altered the life trajectories of its readers. St. Francis, Martin Luther King Jr., Mother Teresa-- all were transformed by the words they read. Were they reading the same Bible we are? If so, why aren't more of us being similarly transformed by Scripture today?

Daniel's Diary

Long before he was dropped into the lions’ den, Daniel’s faith endured a hostile environment.

Care Casting

Peter was a fisherman. It's little stretch to imagine that his livelihood affected his ministry and his writings. At least, that's what I notice when I read one of his most-quoted verses, the one about "casting" our cares

'Connect the Dots' for a Clearer Picture of Revelation

Can we connect the dots like this from Old Testament to New Testament in other areas? Say, the study of the last days?

Pleasures Forevermore

There is no shame in being poor. There is no guilt in being wealthy. There is, however, shame in failing to give thanks.

Seven 'Last Days' Passages You'll Rarely Hear Pastors Preach On

When was the last time you heard a "last days" sermon from the Old Testament?

Drawing on Scripture Under Gunfire

Scripture memorization has become a frequent spiritual tool to Army chaplain Jeff Struecker and his fellow Rangers.

Does God Need a Co-Signer?

God swears by His own character when entering a covenant since there is no one above Him who needs to co-sign the agreement.

The Race that is Set Before Us

The stadium in which the Christian race is run, is this world; the prize run for is the heavenly glory; the mark to direct in it, is Christ.

Three Steps for Studying the Gospels

A Bible study guide for the Gospels

  • Johnny Cisneros |
  • February 29, 2012 |
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The Odd Couple: Psalms 1 and 2

Psalms 1 and 2 are as different as night and day, but can be studied as one unit using a method scholars call the canonical approach.

Transmitting the Word: An Interview with John Piper on Consistency and Community

Pointers from John Piper on approaching the Bible

Job's Loss, Job's Gain: Our Suffering, Our Pain

Job's story raises an important question: How is suffering an opportunity for me to bless others?

  • Ritchie Johnson |
  • February 08, 2012 |
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Remixing the Psalms

It may be no accident that the book of Psalms is in the center of the Christian Bible. The psalms express the heart and soul of the conversation between God and His people.

  • Craig C. Broyles |
  • January 26, 2012 |
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Who's in control? (John 18 v 1-11)

It isn’t always obvious who is in control. A huge building block might seem to be “pushed” by a builder, but actually it’s controlled by a huge crane out of sight. When Jesus is arrested, John prompts us to ask:”Who is really in control?”

  • Explore God's Word Daily |
  • November 06, 2011 |
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