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A Christian Perspective on the World Today

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What do we do with bad people?

When confronted with evil, it can be difficult to determine what to do. Is forgiveness really the best course of action?
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The immortal Bible

The Bible is arguably the most widespread—and controversial—book of all time. But who wrote it, and what is it really about?
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Fear in times of crisis: Taking our fears to God

Misinformation breeds fear, and fear breeds anxiety. Thankfully, the Bible has a story about how to fight this fear based anxiety.
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Are all sins equal?

Recent comments by Pope Francis have reignited an age old debate: are some sins worse than others?
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Does Revelation predict a New World Order?

Rumors abound that the world is soon to be ruled by a New World Order—but what does the Bible really have to say about the issue
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The most misunderstood of loves

The tension between a loving God and earthly pain is one that has confounded many—but there are a group of people who have dedicated themselves to providing answers and clearing up misconceptions.
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The life and death of “The Dodger”

I didn’t like Christians and certainly not con artists. One day everything changed with a flyer in my mailbox . . .
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Who is Jesus?

Is Jesus a myth, a regular man or God? It’s time to examine the available evidence about whether Jesus really walked on earth—and what that says about who He really is.
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Together at last

Fundamental to the human experience is the fact that we love being around other people. In the same way we desire company and togetherness, God does as well.
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A mind at war in peacetime

When you discover that the only thing you have left is faith in God, you fervently wish that your faith doesn’t end up poisoning your soul.
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Can science explain the purpose of religion?

Science and religion are often painted as being in opposition, but this isn't always the case. Alina Kartman explains how one can help to further understand the other
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Planted and growing

Should people show lifetime stability in their decisions or should they rather permanently explore and be open to change?