- Appendix 1, Helpful Internet Resources
- Appendix 2, The Gospel of Salvation
- Demons, H e l l and Suffering
- Doubt Busters
- End Times
- Heaven and Angels
- Jesus on Judgment
- Religion and Spirituality
- Science and Evolution
- Sin and Salvation
- Society and Culture
- Steve's Books
- The Bible
- Violence and Atrocities
- Is the purpose of Bible preaching to inspire us?
- How can the Old Testament laws be passed away, yet still be said to continue?
- How do I get rid of sexual desires?
- Isn’t the Israelite’s entrance into the Promised Land in the OT symbolic of our going to Heaven when we die?
- After doing all these things, does this mean I’ll go to Heaven when I die?
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Tag Archives: Jesus Christ
We ask this question in part because we don’t understand how God really works in the world. Grief and the feeling of betrayal play parts as well. The good news is that we can learn a lot about God’s protection … Continue reading
1. “for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” (Romans 3:23). The word “gospel” means “good news.” Before we can appreciate God’s good news, we must recognize the bad news: we’ve sinned. It’s not hard to … Continue reading
The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead is central to the Christian message. Without it, Christianity would be just another religion. What makes the case so compelling for belief? Here are several ideas to consider. God knew how hard … Continue reading
The Bible is clear that the early Jewish religious leaders were foremost in condemning Jesus to death at his trial on trumped-up charges, and they brought him before the Roman governors to request the death penalty (because that right had … Continue reading