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  • Is Mental Illness Actually Biblical?

    Stephen Altrogge
    Is Mental Illness Actually Biblical? I believe that treating mental illness as only (or even primarily) a spiritual problem is both profoundly unbiblical and incredibly hurtful to those who struggle with mental illness.
  • Unauthorized Fire

    R.C. Sproul
    Unauthorized Fire There is an incident in the biblical record that causes abiding consternation for many of God’s people. It is the story of how two of the sons of Aaron, Nadab and Abihu, were slain suddenly by God.
  • The Magician Meets Philip & Peter

    Michael S. Heiser
    The Magician Meets Philip & Peter "Simon the Magician" tried to purchase the power of the Holy Spirit from Peter. His name consequently has not been remembered for any great deeds, but for the payment of money for church office ('simony'). But is that all there is to the story? Hardly. Don't look away now or you'll miss what's behind the "magic."

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  • 7 Commandments of a Great Marriage

    Ron Edmondson
    7 Commandments of a Great Marriage I’ve observed things that work and things that don’t. I think there are some necessary ingredients for a healthy marriage. That’s the point of this post. Want a healthier marriage? Consider these 7 Commandments of Marriage...
  • 5 Benefits of Having a Challenging Teen

    Mark Altrogge
    5 Benefits of Having a Challenging Teen What good can it possibly be to have a difficult child? Or a teen who struggles with sin? Or a child who rebels against you? God causes all things—even a teenager’s sin—to work together for our good. Here are 5 ways...
  • Prayer and the Mission of God

    Philip Nation
    Prayer and the Mission of God It is critical that we remember that prayer is not a power by which we force God to act according to our will. Rather, by communicating with God, His passions can become our passions.
  • Lust Has the Worst Credit Rating

    Stephen Altrogge
    Lust Has the Worst Credit Rating Lust has the worst credit rating in the universe. It always defaults on its promises. It never delivers as advertised. It always takes more than it gives.
  • Can Women be Deacons?

    The Good Book Blog
    Can Women be Deacons? In what follows, I will present the arguments about 1 Timothy 3:11 (as referring to women Deacons or not) and propose a way this office can be promoted for greater expression of complementarianism in the church.
  • 3 Things Jesus Tells Us about Worry

    Mark Altrogge
    3 Things Jesus Tells Us about Worry Jesus knew the human heart and the temptations presented by the cares of this life. So he gave his disciples some excellent instruction on worry in Matthew 6.
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  • In the World

    Robbie Pruitt
    In the World The world and all that is in it was created for our enjoyment and pleasure and points us to a good God who loves us and desires our good pleasure. However, something is wrong.
  • Antidote for 'Corinthian Disease': Agape Love

    Eric Hogue
    Antidote for 'Corinthian Disease': Agape Love The Corinthians were Jesus believers with tough outer skin, "spiritual knuckle-heads" just like me.
  • The Definition of an Apostle

    Dr. Ray Pritchard
    The Definition of an Apostle What does it mean to be an apostle? At least three things.