Our entire world has turned upside down. But some people think that we shouldn’t talk about it, not in worship assemblies or Bible classes. What does God have to say about that popular idea?
The Bible says to “speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves” (Prov. 31:8, NIV). What does that mean? Who are the people in our world who have no voice?
In the days of Noah, the earth was so evil and violent that God destroyed it with a universal flood. Is there any parallel between then and now?
In state capitals across the nation, protesters are demanding the right to go back to work and reopen their businesses. But some politicians and ordinary citizens are accusing them of being selfish. Is this a just criticism?
False Christian teachers encourage sexual relationships condemned by God. They promise freedom, but what do they deliver?
In the United States, contempt for the law is growing. Police officers are pigs, and politicians are – well – some things are unprintable. Is this behavior something that Christians should participate in?
Human sexuality is a beautiful gift. Marital intimacy reflects God’s love for his people (Eph. 5:31-32). This profound truth demands that we do some serious soul searching.
The Egyptians enslaved the Hebrews and ruthlessly mistreated them. After God rescued his people, he told them never to have any dealings with their former oppressors (Deut. 17:16). Paul makes a strikingly similar point in his first letter to the Corinthians.