Here's a popular question we hear today. The modern view is that God will grade on a curve. But is that true?
Do we have a soul, or do we just have a brain? There are ways we can argue for the existence of a mind/soul.
Today in an age of religious pluralism, we are accused of being narrow-minded. What are some good responses to this challenge?
People often tell us that God has a special plan for all areas of our lives. Is that true? Or is there another model for making decisions? I believe God intends for us to use wisdom as a way to decide on issues relating to our lives.
This question from critics suggests that God sends people to Hell for not knowing about Jesus or that they didn't belong to the right club. Here's a response to this complaint.
This is a common attitude today--that all religions have a part of the truth, that all are a way to God. We look at problems with this view.
What can we say to people who bring this challenge up to us? Are people desperately searching for God, but He hides from them? Do people go to Hell because they didn’t believe in Jesus? The big question–Is God fair?
We live in a society that thinks all religions are pretty much the same. Is that true? Do they all end up with the same God and other beliefs? Does the story of the blind men and the elephant support this view?
The concept of hell bothers many people, so let's take a look at what it means, confusion that surrounds it, and attacks made against it.
Many are confused by the concept of hell as laid out in the New Testament. We explore its meaning, confusion about it, and attacks against it.