Capitalism vs. socialism – a warning for those Christians who mistakenly believe the latter is compatible with Christianity.
What do you do when someone you care about is a prodigal and they once professed faith and walked with the Lord – but now they've walked away?
Evolution has been pushed on us for generations not based on observable evidence, but on rhetoric, persuasion, and argumentation. No proof – just rhetoric.
The truth of Christianity is not contingent on the behavior of Christians. If our heart is not yielded to Jesus and our life not controlled by the Holy Spirit, we are like a clanging cymbal.
In the Book of Luke, Jesus speaks of investing in things that endure – that's how God defines 'becoming rich.'
Eyewitness accounts … archeological evidence … and the testimony of the Holy Spirit – they all agree with one another. And taken together, they speak to the incredible truth of the Bible.
As Christians, says apologist Alex McFarland, we should pull back, think less about politics at this time ... and think more about our witness before the world.
While it's important to have faith and to exercise faith, we are not people just of blind faith – but also we are to be pursuers of knowledge.
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