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  • Life Is Too Short to Be in a Hurry

    Tim Brister
    Life Is Too Short to Be in a Hurry Someone in a hurry makes an idol out of time. They allow the present to be dictated by the future.
  • The Structured Removal of Faith

    Ron Edmondson
    The Structured Removal of Faith It’s a problem I see in churches. It’s a problem I could see us having in the church I now pastor… if we aren’t careful. If we aren’t careful we can depend more on the structure than on an utter dependence on God.
  • Guarding Our Eyes in a Visual Culture

    Mark Altrogge
    Guarding Our Eyes in a Visual Culture When God tells us, “Let your eyes look directly forward, and your gaze be straight before you,” he is telling us to guard our hearts by watching what we expose ourselves to.
  • How Can We Know God Preserved Scripture?

    Theologically Driven
    How Can We Know God Preserved Scripture? The purpose of inspiration was to produce Scripture, a written record, a deposit of divine truth for the readers, not the writer. Without preservation the purpose of inspiration would be invalidated.
  • The Road to Damascus… Then and Now

    Theologically Driven
    The Road to Damascus… Then and Now In recent weeks the city of Damascus has frequently appeared in our headlines. It's a city of importance for Christians in the past and present.
  • No Part-Time Workers

    Jarrid Wilson
    No Part-Time Workers The reality is, we are all called to full-time ministry no matter where we work. Jesus isn’t hiring part-time followers.
  • Wanting to Be Noticed

    Theologically Driven
    Wanting to Be Noticed Stunning as it has been, the triumph of immodesty and hyper-sexuality is not itself the root problem. Instead, these problems are symptomatic of a more serious one: the problem of celebrity. And it is a virus that infects us more deeply than any of us imagine. So what are we to do?
  • Is Scripture Still Holy? A Review (Part 2)

    Michael J. Kruger
    Is Scripture Still Holy? A Review (Part 2) In this post, we shall respond to another of Harvey’s arguments against inspiration, namely that once humans are involved there can be no clear, certain revelation from God.
  • Is Scripture Still Holy? A Review (Part 1)

    Michael J. Kruger
    Is Scripture Still Holy? A Review (Part 1) Is the true revelation of God only in Jesus and not the Bible itself?
  • I’m So Glad Paul Used This Word…

    Mark Altrogge
    I’m So Glad Paul Used This Word… There is a word in the Bible that I’m so glad is there. I’ve come back to it again and again over the years. I have said many times, “Yeah! That’s the word for it. That’s what I’m feeling right now.”
  • Bird's-Eye Overviews

    Inside BST
    Bird's-Eye Overviews When you study the Bible, sometimes you may like to get a quick overview of a particular book. Well, we've got an easy way for you to do that with our Books of the Bible page.
  • Five Simple Ways You Can Begin to Share Your Faith This Week

    Chris Russell
    Five Simple Ways You Can Begin to Share Your Faith This Week Reaching out to the unchurched is tough for many Christians. Let me suggest five simple ways you can begin to share your faith this week.
  • Don’t Be a Bible Pharmacist Be a Bible Doctor!

    Stephen Altrogge
    Don’t Be a Bible Pharmacist Be a Bible Doctor! We need to understand and sympathize with their spiritual condition before we can effectively minister to others. We need to be Bible doctors.
  • A Response to Zealot by Reza Aslan

    The Good Book Blog
    A Response to Zealot by Reza Aslan Reza Aslan's book Zealot has attracted quite a bit of attention. But is there any truth to his claims about Jesus?
  • Are You Killing People on Facebook?

    Stephen Altrogge
    Are You Killing People on Facebook? Death and life are in the power of the tongue... and the status update and the photo and the text message.
  • Six Surefire Steps to a Joy-Filled Life

    Stephen Altrogge
    Six Surefire Steps to a Joy-Filled Life The "secret steps" to a joy-filled life? You'll find them in John 15:7-11. Jesus said, "These things I have spoken to you, that my joy may be in you, and that your joy may be full."
  • Hey, Turn Out That Light!

    Mark Altrogge
    Hey, Turn Out That Light! When people huddle in a dark room doing wicked things they’re fine, till someone flips on a blazing light. Then they scream, “Hey, turn out the light!”
  • Does God Like Making You Suffer?

    Stephen Altrogge
    Does God Like Making You Suffer? I know in my head that God works all things for good, and that I am supposed to rejoice always. But deep down, I suspect God somehow enjoys seeing me suffer.
  • How Do You Prepare a Boy for Manhood?

    Brian Croft
    How Do You Prepare a Boy for Manhood? Becoming a teenager can be a scary prospect (for both child and parent) and this often mutes both parent and child from obvious changes taking place. Yet we want it to be something we all would celebrate.
  • We Need God to See

    The Good Book Blog
    We Need God to See The Bible is God’s very word and therefore carries the authority of God himself. But not all receive the truth of this light, and some esteem it as folly itself. How can this be? How could any reject its authoritative claims?