In their book, "The Mark of Jesus," Timothy George and John Woodbridge seek to convince us of the upmost importance of love and unity in the life of believers.
What do specific statistics in the game of baseball and Christianity have in common? . . . Matthew 9:13.
The Internet, while a blessing, has ultimately not helped the church follow God's clear commands in Scripture, even in the face of COVID-19. . . . Various Scriptures.
The government has told us to close our church doors, but we are called to fear God more than man, even in the face of COVID-19. . . . Various Scriptures.
The church is not a building, but that doesn't mean we should settle for online worship services, even in the face of COVID-19. . . . Various Scriptures.
How are Christians in romantic relationships to be certain that they love God more than they love their significant other? . . . 1 John 5:21.
In the New Testament, love covers a multitude of sins, but it does not mean that sin is to be ignored or viewed lightly. . . . Deuteronomy 13:6-11.
When it comes to a proper understanding of salvation, we must know that God has provided ways for us to know we have been elected.
The church has become a depressed person's worst nightmare in this day and age because of a failure to grasp the primary tenets of Christian faith and practice. . . . Galatians 6:1-2.
In addition to a redefinition of love, we need to know what love is supposed to look like, so that the world can recognize what true Christians look like. . . . John 13:35.