Why do bad things happen to good people? If God is good and loving, and all powerful, why doesn’t God put a stop to suffering?
There are few places is the divide between the “liberal” and “conservative” Christian faith more evident than how each side understands the person of Jesus and what it means to be his disciples.
This was the next great schism in the modern Christian Church, and though it started in the Protestant churches, it crossed into the Roman Catholic Church as well.
Jesus reestablished the original link between the seen and unseen worlds and revealed a newly intimate side to God and his point of view.
Why doesn’t God intervene to rectify various earthly dilemmas? Philip Yancey presents a thought-provoking image of God’s perspective as a partial answer to that question.
If you find yourself asking God why bad things happen in your life, this article is for you.
For many people, it takes the jolt of tragedy, illness, or death to create an existential crisis of faith. At such a moment, we want clarity while God wants our trust. How do we respond?
Being filled with the Spirit is not a one-time act. but an ongoing pursuit of a relationship. We are asked to play an active role in our journey to freedom.
What you do and how you live are absolutely vital. Without action and fruit, all the theology in the world has little meaning. But what you believe determines how you act.
The Gospels, silent prayer and Jesus are our antidotes to divisiveness.