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While atheism has gained popularity in the last century, believing that there is no God is thousands of years old. Why is it that some people choose not to believe in a God?
Many assume that Christianity and Mormonism are more alike than different. However, when the claims of each are examined only one is consistently true to Scripture, providing the only way for salvation.
We all love to use the word love. But the Bible speaks of the love of God as being so much greater!
It’s a crucially important question. Perhaps the best way to answer it is to examine what the Bible says occurs at salvation and to study what losing salvation would entail.
Is baptism is a requirement for salvation? Many Christians claim this, and at first glance some verses even appear to support their claim, but how should we understand baptism in regard to salvation?
The appeal of the Islam faith is on the rise around the world. How does this religion compare to the Christian faith?
If we don’t re-read any other book over and over again for our whole lives, why should we do this with the Bible?
Once saved, all Christians are considered holy by God. But we all know that we still sin after salvation. What does the Bible teach about our personal sanctification?
Who is Jesus? Is He just a prophet or good moral teacher? Or is He the Messiah, the Son of God? One of the most important questions we must answer!
This Book is the inspired, infallible Word of God. Christ is its grand subject, our good its purpose, and the glory of God its end.
What is the relationship between faith and works? Are we saved by faith alone or must we do something to earn our faith?
As believers, we trust God and know He is trustworthy. But waves of doubt, guilt, and fear can eat away at our assurance that we are His and always will be.
A common attack on Christians is that the Bible is filled with errors and contradictions. However, most of these claims come from those who have not read the Bible but merely “cherry-picked” perceived inconsistencies.
Christianity and Judaism share many similar, if not identical, teachings. But the difference between these two religions is found in the identity of Jesus Christ.