Explore the Bible

  • Part 1: Why Read the Bible

    David Weidlich
    Part 1:  Why Read the Bible The Bible was written by many human authors, yet it is one book in theme, consistent throughout.
  • How to Defend Your Biblical Worldview

    Whitney Hopler
    How to Defend Your Biblical Worldview American culture today is a jumbled mess of clashing worldviews that lead many people astray from biblical truth.
  • How to Enjoy Bible Study

    John MacArthur
    How to Enjoy Bible Study Three simple guidelines to help you make the most of your study time.
  • Unfolding Scripture

    Jen Hatmaker
    Unfolding Scripture God never intended for His Word to be a tidy, hands-off package.
  • The Strange Work of God

    Dr. J. Vernon McGee
    The Strange Work of God Following the structure of the book of Revelation.
  • Pierced By the Word of God

    John Piper
    Pierced By the Word of God "For the word of God is living and active and sharper than any two-edged sword ."..
  • You're Gonna Love The American Bible Challenge

    Shawn McEvoy
    You're Gonna Love <i>The American Bible Challenge</i> Let there be no mistaking: The American Bible Challenge game show is a Christian program on secular television, one that is all at once entertaining, inspiring, and educational.
  • Minimizing the Bible and the Glory of Jesus Christ

    John Piper
    Minimizing the Bible and the Glory of Jesus Christ The Word of God is still relevant for today ...
  • Suffering and the Biblical Story

    Dr. Robert Peterson
    Suffering and the Biblical Story Two ideas must be present in how we think about suffering: (1) suffering is not original; it has not always existed. (2) suffering is not something created or authored by God.
  • Is Bad Ever Good?

    Rebecca Barlow Jordan
    Is Bad Ever Good? Job loss, financial crisis, rebellious children, disappointments, rejection, unexpected illness - the list of what we call "bad" goes on. Can anything good come from a bad situation? That depends.
  • Justifi-what?

    Aaron Menikoff
    Justifi-what? The doctrine of justification is not the stuff of dry theological textbooks but a much needed truth for everyday life.
  • The Christian Response to Homosexuality

    Alex Crain
    The Christian Response to Homosexuality Angry comments and viral video rants hardly ever convey a truly Christian viewpoint. (Have you noticed?) Is it possible for us to have a civil discussion about what the Bible says?
  • How to Keep Going after False Accusations

    Joy Allmond
    How to Keep Going after False Accusations Few things hurt more, but do you realize Who’s really in charge of your destiny?
  • What Would Jesus Do: Discerning Which Biblical Laws Matter, and Which Don't

    Julie Ferwerda
    What <i>Would</i> Jesus Do: Discerning Which Biblical Laws Matter, and Which Don't What am I supposed to think when "don't clip your sideburns too short" is right next to "don't practice fortune-telling"? Can I know which principles God wants me to live by, and which ones to ignore?
  • What Does Jesus Think...

    Dr. Michael Youssef
    What Does Jesus Think... ...about Your Relationship with Him?
  • Instant Replay

    David Jeremiah
    Instant Replay Is an unconfessed sin replaying itself over and over in the depths of your conscience? In His mercy, the Lord sent a friend to confront David. At last, the hidden thing was known, out in the open to be dealt with. Psalm 51 is David's prayer of confession and repentance.
  • The New Life in Christ

    Peoples New Testament
    The New Life in Christ Colossians 3
  • Conquering Lust

    Gary Smalley
    Conquering Lust While we often think of lust in terms of sexual infidelity, we lust when we view a person as an object to be used. This can happen even within the marriage relationship...
  • Sculptors of the Soul

    Dr. Bill Lawrence
    Sculptors of the Soul This is spiritual formation: serving as sculptors of the soul. No honor could be greater, no responsibility higher, no accountability more.
  • The Race that is Set Before Us

    John Gill
    The Race that is Set Before Us The stadium in which the Christian race is run, is this world; the prize run for is the heavenly glory; the mark to direct in it, is Christ.