Being Angry While Avoiding Sin
Being Angry While Avoiding Sin

“When we do hurt each other, we need to avoid letting the sun go down on our anger – that is, we must be quick to reconcile when we’ve been hurt or when we’ve hurt someone else.” Read more from Dr. Timothy Gombis in the Sword of the...

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Good Enough
Good Enough

“Highlighting the improvements that being made is a often the most effective response to questions, no matter who is asking.” Read more from Dr. Joel Hunter on accepting limitations.

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Is Anyone Really Good?
Is Anyone Really Good?

Rev. Rob Schenck writes on human imperfection: “The Bible clearly tells us “for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” (Romans 3:23). I know that the word sin is often anathema to people. No one wants to admit to being a...

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The Apologetic of Love
The Apologetic of Love

Preston Sprinkle on universal love: “Everyone knows that Jesus was big on love. It’s one of his favorite subjects, and one can hardly be a follower of Jesus without pursuing love. But there’s a certain apologetic to love.”

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Better Than Debate
Better Than Debate

“Paul knew the strongest argument was not argument at all, but a life well lived. ” Read more from Dr. Joel Hunter on confronting moral disagreements peacefully.

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