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Wrestling the Mysteries of Suffering with Joni Eareckson Tada

The disability advocate, evangelical icon and wheelchair-bound artist has faced a range of challenges since a 1967 diving accident. Now, with a new book out, she's facing another: breast cancer.

The Key to God Working in You and Through You

What if I told you that being a God-led person involved something more than just praying for or seeking His wisdom in the Bible?

Why Plan B is Plan A: Learning What God Wants for Your Life

Pete Wilson, author of Plan B: What Do You Do When God Doesn't Show Up the Way You Thought He Would? believes that it is only by overcoming fear and giving up control that we are able to discover the life God has planned for us.

Step Out in Faith Like Those Before You: A Review of City on Our Knees

The best thing about this new book from tobyMac is that it delivers something many Christians, particularly younger ones, are in desperate need of: good role models who have striven to inspire others through their faith.

Can I Change Your Mind About Halloween?

I really don’t care much about the pagan origins of Halloween in ages past. But what I have come to care about is what Halloween stands for now, based on a few of my own observations...

When Oliver Twist Asks for Manna

Today manna represents God’s good provision, our daily bread. We don’t need “more,” but we do need enough. The answer to gluttony is not parsimony, but sufficiency.

  • John Mark Reynolds |
  • September 30, 2010 |
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The Stops of a Good Man

Who would be reckless enough to steal a stop sign? Not only is this prank costing lives, but it's exactly what we do with many of God's laws with which we don't agree.

  • Dr. Stephen Davey |
  • September 28, 2010 |
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The Erosion of Inerrancy

Here G. K. Beale attempts vigorously and even-handedly to examine the writings of one leading postmodernist, Peter Enns, whose writings challenge biblical authority. In support of inerrancy, Beale presents his own set of challenges to the postmodern suppositions of Enns and others.

What Can You Do When God Won't Heal You?

You believe that God can heal you... but what if no healing comes your way? Does that mean you don't have enough faith? Here's how to find A Place of Healing no matter what.

  • Whitney Hopler |
  • September 22, 2010 |
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The Bible: Precious, True, Glorious Baby Talk

God inspired an entire Bible of baby talk. True baby talk. Baby talk with absolute authority and power. Baby talk that is sweeter than honey and more to be desired than gold.

The Deep Things Of God: Understanding the Trinity

Fred Sanders rightly argues that the gospel is inherently Trinitarian. Learn more about how the work of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit in the gospel adds depth to faith and the Christian life.

Being Confident of God's Plan

Follow a study of Pontius Pilate to reveal how God's plans are certain, perfect, and unchangeable.

Psalm 51: Darkness and Light

“He’d lived in the darkness for so long he didn’t know that it was dark. Dark was normal, and since he’d never experienced light, dark didn’t seem dark to him.” This meditation on Psalm 51 by Paul Tripp marvels at what happens when the light finally breaks through – and we see what we never knew we were missing.

  • Paul David Tripp |
  • September 15, 2010 |
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What Good is God? Philip Yancey on Faith in Tragedy’s Wake

It is one thing to say, "Well, God is good because I live in a nice suburban home and my children are all Olympic athletes and making all A's in school." But what good is God, Philip Yancey asks, if you are in a prison being persecuted for your faith, or on campus when a rampage breaks out?

  • Shawn McEvoy & Ryan Duncan |
  • September 14, 2010 |
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Magical Vs. Miraculous Thinking

It is not the magic of Hogwarts that we love, but the wonder. If what I want is like magic only real and unknowable, like philosophy only personal, and like loving a person only eternal, then it sounds a good bit like loving the Christian God.

  • John Mark Reynolds |
  • September 13, 2010 |
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Loving our Muslim Neighbors, Part II

  • Melissa Morgan |
  • September 08, 2010 |
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Loving our Muslim Neighbors, Part I

  • Melissa Morgan |
  • September 08, 2010 |
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The Surprising Offense of God’s Love: An Interview with Jonathan Leeman

Christian love is offensive because it is willing to offer the socially awkward word of rebuke. Christian love is willing to risk stepping on someone’s toes because you don’t want to see them continue heading down the path of sin and self-destruction.

Waiting on the Promises of God

The Christian life would be easy if the space in time is small between when you claim God's promises and when you receive what He promised. But life's not like that.

  • James MacDonald |
  • September 06, 2010 |
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Labor Day: 8 Biblical Principles of Work

Work: Some hate it. Some love it. Some avoid it. Some do it too much. This remains constant: God has a perspective on our work and we are to align our thoughts with His.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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