On Friday, Jon M. Sweeney (an evangelical-turned-Episcopalian-turned-Catholic who practices Judaism) wrote 10 points on hell. Well, he got three and a half of them correct, to be precise.
Page 22 of 22
Throughout history believers have feuded over what is and isn't "scriptural." As debates continue to surround charismatic theology, Peter Wagner takes a closer look at extrabiblical revelation.
Have you been falsely accused or lied about? Like David, you may be completely powerless to do anything—other than trust in God. That is what you must do: trust.
The Spirit takes the experiences of JesusHis incarnation, ministry, crucifixion, resurrection and ascensionand brings them into our own experience.
Were Ananias and Sapphira believers who were judged by God because of their blatant sin? According to one prominent pastor, they were not, since things like this do not happen to believers in Jesusto those under grace. What's the truth?
Which documents tell us the truth about faith once preached and received in the early church? Drs. Darrell L. Bock, Daniel B. Wallace and Ben Witherington discuss the canon of Scripture.
Are you worried about a specific relationship or circumstance? Find some key Bible verses you can use to battle worry and fear.
While culture wars may rage, the new Spiritual Warfare Bible helps to equip believers for engaging in the true battle
Its easy to feel timid or reluctant about displaying our faithespecially if weve failed before. But what does the Bible really say about our faith and failures. Let's take a look.
Diving into these passages will leave you asking yourself: What do I have that God can use for the edification of the body Christ?
A superficial reading of an Old Testament story may have you huffing and puffing, but a closer look reveals a fresh perspective and astounding depth.
Stumped on which Bible version is best for you or your family? Heres your guide to the latest Word(s) on the street.
Considered the first Bible scholar of the modern Pentecostal movement, Gordon Fee has spent the last 40 years proving that the Holy Spirit and biblical scholarship can peacefully coexist.
Wondering which version of the Bible is right for you? Comparing can help you make the choice.
In Today's New International Version, pronouns have been adjusted to make the Scriptures more inclusive of women. But this new translation has sparked a firestorm of angry criticism.
Craig L. Blomberg explains why we should support the oday's New International Version of the New Testament.
Wayne A. Grudem explains why he and hundreds of respected evangelical leaders oppose Today's New International Version of the New Testament.