Spiritual formation can be confused with sanctification. So, what exactly is it? What is it’s intended purpose? What is the underlying theology of spiritual formation? We navigate through these questions here.
There are three general views of the destiny of mankind: universal, inclusive, and exclusive. In this article, we look at each of these views and then compare them with the Bible.
As Christians, we are to evaluate everything we hear, especially consider that which makes “truth claims” into our lives. Why? We are commanded to in 1 John 4:1 – and for a very significant reason.
When it comes to the subject of hearing from God, there are a couple of popular Bible verses frequently used. The first is Psalm 46:10a and the second is 1 Kings 19:12.
How do Christians hear from God? Does God speak directly? We answer these questions by reviewing a video transcript of a popular “hearing God’s voice” teacher.
Does God speak to Christians personally? Is there individual revelation for us beyond what is in the Scriptures? “Hearing God” is a matter of where and how we hear Him.
God has standards for how He is to be honored, approached, and obeyed! Our decisions and actions must be based upon God’s standard and not our own. God’s Holy name is at stake.
Are there prophecies in Daniel yet to be fulfilled? Yes, and we can see this as we study those associated with the fourth kingdom: Rome.
The book of Daniel is not in chronological order. Here is a timeline of known dates and events to assist you in studying the book.
Actual community for Christians is always based in the truth of the new birth and a reconciled relationship to God. The Bible calls it fellowship.
Have you noticed the stumbling block of the gospel has taken a back seat to other things in many churches? The visible church’s overarching goal has become “to connect.”
Ever consider what Scripture says about the Antichrist? Outlined here, certain end-time events clue Christians into the kind of person it will be.
What are your allegiances? Christ commanded complete devotion to Himself. Scripture says loyalty to Jesus is death to friendship with this world.
The Purpose Driven Life® by Rick Warren presents “a different Jesus.” The name is impregnated with a meaning other than that of the real Jesus.
Scripture is the only sure foundation for Christians. What happens when there is a subtle shift off of God’s Word? We cover several examples here.
The Circle-Maker by Mark Batterson presents a legend as a sacred symbol for Christians to emulate. But is it biblical? This book review explains.
The book of Revelation uses the term Babylon 6 times in 4 different contexts. Each use is pertinent in understanding the course of end-time events.
The Great Harlot Woman of Revelation 17 symbolizes false faith. Find out what Scripture says about her importance in the course of end-time events.
Can Christians have godly confidence? Absolutely! Our individual discernment plays a huge role in our walk with God and our future judgment by Christ.
Did you know the 40 Days of Purpose by Rick Warren presents a false gospel? This review of the introductory video shows you that reality.
Trying to understand the book of Revelation? This article explains the significance of John’s vision of the beast coming up out of the sea (Rev 13).
Have you considered the message of The Jesus Storybook Bible? This review explains that it is actually an unbiblical view of God the Father and the nature of the fall.
Is Captivating by John & Stasi Eldredge a good Christian book? In this article, we review the many false statements presented by the authors.
Popular author Rob Bell leads readers through a mystical journey of self-discovery and change in his book Velvet Elvis. This, however, is not Scriptural.
Robert Schuller’s book Self-Esteem: The New Reformation is Christian Humanism at its core. This brief review will help you understand that reality.