What about our Christianity at work? We are supposed to think, act and speak in a certain way, but are we as reconizable on Sunday as the rest of the week? How do we maintain a Christlike character during the challenging work week? How do we get through temptations that are specific to the work environment?
Glory is overrated! We glorify the oddest things. We praise uniqueness over integrity, honor.style over perseverance and extol boisterousness over sound reasoning. Glorifying God is a different story, though. How can we do that, even when things are at their worst?
Freedom of choice is very important to citizens of the United States. If God knows the end from the beginning as well as all our thoughts, do we still have real freedom of choice? Is there a difference between "freedom" and "license" to do something?
Understanding the truth about hell can be difficult. On the third part of a 3-part series, we analyze particularly difficult texts to explain that were specifically asked of us on our social media accounts (cqbiblepodcast)
Sin is like a dessert buffet line. As you pass by you can’t help but notice the variety and the aromas, and it makes you just want to indulge...all the while knowing you just need to keep on walking. But is all sin bad? Are some worse than others? How can we redirect away from its pitfalls?
If as we discussed in Parts 1 of this series, there is no burning eternal torture in hell, then why does the New Testament hell talk about "unquenchable fires" and "smoke of torment"? It seems so plain at first reading. In this second of 3 parts, we talk about the what these mean in context.
Israel is a tiny strip of land in the middle of a desert area. Why is it so controversial? Why should we care? How deep into its politics should we go? Should we just be fed up with what Israel does and what they stand for, or should we be respectfully looking up to Israel for what they do and what they stand for?