As David’s life comes to a close, he gives his son Solomon advice that we can likewise learn from.Read More
King David lived a full life. By the end, he was ready to enter the Father’s joy.Read More
It is important to assess and review our lives continuously. How often do we fall into the monotony of our daily routines, without thinking about what we’re doing or why we’re doing it? Or how often does a major event or shift in our lives derail or distract us from our calling?
To be sure, it is easy to get caught up in the current of life,Read More
Where did we come from? This question of man’s origins has long been at the center of the thoughts of philosophers, scientists, and “ordinary” people alike. How we answer this question informs our answers to many other fundamental questions, such as:
Where are we going?
Why are we here?
Humanity’s actual origin—that is, how people came to be—informs our views of life,Read More
Is there really a God? To this question, answers fall into three basic categories:
1. No (Athiesm)
2. Maybe (Agnosticism)
3. Yes (Theism)
We must deal with the question of God’s existence. Indeed, how we answer this question might be the most important thing about us. It affects our entire outlook on life. One’s answer to this question informs our views of human origin,Read More
Many theologians forget that we are immersed in mystery. But God’s triunity, self-existence, and self-sufficiency demonstrate His mystery.Read More
Why hasn’t God put an end to evil? If it were on our terms, we would eliminate the cruel world leaders, murderers, thieves, natural disasters, and diseases. But God’s approach is far more radical.Read More
In every order of magnitude, what is God telling us about Himself? The beauty we see in creation should drive us to seek to know Him in Scripture. Knowing God—not just in your head, but in your heart—will make all the difference in your life.Read More
We need to think well and realize that the Christian faith is founded on fact. The object of our faith is key. Although the amount of our faith may change, but the object—the person and work of Christ—never will. As a result, Christianity is not a crutch—it’s the cure.Read More
C.S. Lewis had a knack for communicating profound biblical truth in a simple way that captures the imagination. His pithy statements illuminate the importance of Christianity and the wonders of the world to come.Read More