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A Cracked Code
It is not the form of the Scriptures or the sequence of its letters that conveys its truth, but rather the content of the book.
Committing the Unforgivable Sin
Is Lying Always Wrong?
We live the truth not for its own sake, but for God's sake and for the neighbor's sake.
Did God Die on the Cross?
As Jesus' life was a divine person's totally human life, so his dying was a divine person's totally human death.
You Must Be Born Again—but at What Age?
In some baptistic circles, the age for baptism has steadily declined so that many churches are practicing "toddler baptism.
Was the Revolutionary War Justified?
Americans fought a war to gain the kind of freedom that Canada, New Zealand, and Australia were simply given.
Can the Dead Be Converted?
A "choice" for Jesus is not like choosing a meal from a menu.
The Shroud of Turin: Cloaked in Mystery
Those who believe it is Jesus' shroud point to features on it that seem unique to Jesus' death, including pathological ones.
Veils, Kisses, and Biblical Commands
The temptation is to appeal to "common sense" as to what is time-bound and what is not.
Is Hell Forever?
Annihilationists anticipate one ultimate destiny for the wicked, an undifferentiated nonexistence.
Divided We Stand
Many are surprised to learn that denominations were created to make peace in the church possible.
Did Paul Baptize for the Dead?
The most plausible interpretation is that some in Corinth were getting baptized vicariously for the dead.
Do Demons Have Zip Codes?
The closest things to territorial spirits in the New Testament are angels, not demons.
Doubting Thomas’s Gospel
"Jesus said, 'Damn the Pharisees, for they are like a dog sleeping in the cattle manger, for it neither eats nor [lets] the cattle eat.' —Gospel of Thomas

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