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"Paul's letter to the Romans is deep water. The riches of God's word revealed in this book are abundant. This first lesson in»
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Pastor Dean Deguara offers five biblical truths that can help you understand the breadth and depth of Christ's work on the cross.
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Addressing gender-stereotyping in the church
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Pastor Taylor Sandlin often hears about two mistakes Christians make when it comes to their salvation, so what biblically-based an»
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Imagining what you would be like without God’s grace may help curb the temptation to judge others.
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What does Romans 6 say about baptism?
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Josh Collins shares many Bible verses that speak to a Christian's identity.
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A list of things to consider when prioritizing your time at college.
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Mark Grace offers a commentary on the Sikh shootings in Wisconsin that occurred on Sunday, August 5, 2012.
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After Jesus's birth, King Herod became disturbed when a group of astrologers or "œwise men" from the east (thought to be Persia or Babylon) called the Magi arrived in Jerusalem. The Magi had been following a star belonging to the newly born "œKing of the Jews". Herod derived the time from which Jesus had been born from the Magi accounts of when the star had first appeared. King Herod then tricked the Magi by asking them to find the child so that he would worship him. In reality, King Herod, who was renowned for his paranoia, didn"™t want any challenge to his rule, t ...