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Millennials and the Bible: Live out the faith so they can relate

By Eric Metaxas, Breakpoint Commentaries Want to offend a Millennial? You could just open your Bible and read it in front of him. But if you live out…

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Biblical illiteracy by the numbers part 1: The challenge

By Ed Stetzer, The Exchange blog How well do American Christians know their Bibles? Hint: not well. Do you recognize these Bible phrases or allusions? Rarely a week…

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Museum of the Bible aims for timeless name, imagery

By Cathy Lynn Grossman, Religion News Service Museum of the Bible. That’s it. The name of the museum under construction in Washington, D.C., is official. “We don’t need…

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The best things about the boring parts of the Bible

By Nancy Guthrie, Desiring God Let’s admit it, there are certain parts of the Bible we skim because . . . well . . . because we think…

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Lessons in losing: Trusting Christ with your sexuality

By Rosaria Butterfield In 1996, when Bill Clinton signed the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), I grieved with my people. I was an atheist then, and lived in…

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A review of ‘Taking God at His Word’

By Kevin DeYoung Review by Stephen Wellum Anytime someone writes a biblically and theologically accurate and heartwarming book on Scripture, it is a good thing. Sadly, in a…

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Seven reasons the Bible is so relevant

By Dan Dalzell No one in the universe is more relevant than God, and so it makes sense that Scripture (comprised of 66 books) is the most relevant…

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Why so many churches hear so little of the Bible

By Albert Mohler “It is well and good for the preacher to base his sermon on the Bible, but he better get to something relevant pretty quickly, or…

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In need of a Scripture Awakening

Bill Campbell has been a pastor for three decades. During each of his pastorates he’s been compiling material that can be used as ministerial resources for fellow pastors,…

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Marriage equality and the Bible: Why all forms of marriage in the Old Testament are not equal

By  Richard Whitekettle, The Witherspoon Institute Equality can sometimes be a good thing. For example, it was nice when your brother or sister didn’t get a bigger piece of…

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