Imagine a courtroom where Christmas is on trial, charged with false impersonation of legitimate, godly worship. Both sides have presented their cases. Now it’s the prosecutor’s turn to make his closing argument. It could well go something like this.
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The European Union is currently facing an unparalleled immigration catastrophe. How is this crisis likely to change the continent’s future?
What makes somebody important to people in today’s world? What about to God?
Why did Jesus Christ call Himself the Lord of the Sabbath? What else did He say about the Sabbath, and what does it mean for Christians today?
The men didn’t look like they needed to be protected. Yet their fear was real and their question sincere.
One of the hardest things about being a Christian is accepting how hard it is to be a Christian. Why do so many fail to live up to God’s standards?
In today’s world many just want a mutually satisfying sexual encounter rather than a committed relationship. But should sex be treated so casually?
Some harbor a compulsion to hoard physical things, often to their own hurt. But even more common is the human tendency to mentally hoard destructive ways—sins.
God says He created the universe. Scientific materialists say it came into existence through natural physical means. Who is right? And what is the evidence?
Thanksgiving and its opposite don’t seem that important to most people. But God looks at things differently. Ingratitude is one of the symptoms of society on the brink.
In a world that can be complex and discouraging, it’s refreshing to find thoughtful, practical answers to the questions that affect you.
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