The Bible has a lot to say about reconciliation. Christians, for example, are called to be ambassadors for reconciliation (2 … Continue reading How Can We Reconcile in a Way that Lasts?
But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you … Continue reading The Hope That We Have
In 2 Corinthians 5:19b–20a we read, “He has committed to us the message of reconciliation. We are therefore Christ’s ambassadors, … Continue reading Ambassadors for Reconciliation
As we draw nearer to the celebration of Christmas, we might take time to reflect on why the birth of … Continue reading TNRTB Classic: The Incarnation
Many world religions predict an end to this world. Christianity does, too; however, it emphasizes the futility of trying to … Continue reading The End Will Come, Just Not Later This Week
The events of Holy Week (Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday) form the backbone of Christian doctrine. In 1 Corinthians 15:14–19, … Continue reading Resource Highlight: Jesus’ Death and Resurrection
All Christians have dual citizenships. They are members of two kingdoms or cities: the city of man (the present, temporal … Continue reading Back to the Future, Part 12 (of 12)
Effective Christian evangelistic and apologetics encounters depend upon skeptics viewing Christ’s followers as credible witnesses. As bearers of the Gospel, … Continue reading Back to the Future, Part 11 (of 12)
Throughout my professional career as both a college professor and a Christian apologist I have been asked thousands of questions. … Continue reading Is Suicide the Unpardonable Sin for Christians?
Fire alarms. Thunder claps. Explosions. These jarring noises make us jump out of our seats and cause our hearts to … Continue reading Three Reasons Why I Love the Advent Season