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  • God and Sin

    Humanity has long wrestled with the question of the origin of sin and evil. As the Creator of all things, did God create evil? Are good and evil equal forces in the universe? According to Jesus, God alone is good (Mark…
  • The Son of David, Son of Abraham

    Matthew opens his Gospel by calling Jesus “the son of David, the son of Abraham” (Matt. 1:1). This is a statement about Jesus’ human lineage. This genealogy links Jesus to two of the foundational promises of the…
  • How We Got Our Bible

    The Bible is more than a random assortment of spiritual writings—it is a work of God. All Scripture is inspired or “God-breathed” (2 Tim. 3:16), the inerrant word breathed out by God through human instruments. But…
  • Why the Old Testament Still Matters

    The Religion News Service reported in January that a German toy company produced a Martin Luther figurine to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. The small plastic figure holds a quill in one hand and an…
  • Prayer and the Attributes of God

    The believer’s confidence in prayer is grounded in two fundamental attributes of God: His omnipotence and His omniscience. The divine attribute of omnipotence describes His power, and the attribute of omniscience…
  • Male, Female, and the Image of God

    When God created humanity to reflect His image, He made them male and female (Gen. 1:27). This implies something important about human nature. The polarity of male and female is essential to our role as bearers of the…
  • The Threefold Nature of the Law

    One theme in the book of characterized it as a mere “shadow” of Galatians is the superiority of good things to come and explained: the gospel over the Mosaic “For this reason it can never, by the Law. Paul summarizes…
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