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How should Christians view singleness and marriage? (with Neal Hardin)

Christians are better able to love one another when we have a better understanding of the theology of singleness and marriage. Listen this week as we dive into the topic of singleness. Neal Hardin graduated with MA in Theology from... Continue Reading →

Where do doubts often come from?

We must first diagnose the problem before knowing the solution. The same is true when it comes to doubts. Where do they come from? This must first be answered so we know how to properly deal with doubt. YouTube Podcast... Continue Reading →

Lessons on Revenge and Justice from the Book of Nahum

How much do you know about Nahum? If you are like most Christians, it probably isn't very much. Does Nahum have anything relevant to my life today? Yes, you might be surprised. I recently had the chance to study and... Continue Reading →

Can the Trinity be defended?

I was reminded by the amount of questions students have related to the Trinity after teaching through the Doctrine of God in my high school class. Because of this, I decided to put out a short YouTube series addressing if... Continue Reading →

Is the Trinity biblical?

The word "Trinity" never appears in Scripture. Why do Christians believe in it? The Bible does give four essential affirmations that make up the Christian view of the Trinity. Check it out!

Do we have to study worldviews to become a Christian?

No, but I think that 2 Corinthians 5:20 points to the fact that Christians should study worldviews.

How do you stay disciplined reading your Bible?

I bought an alarm clock. Check it out!

How can we trust the Bible when it was written by men?

The following question came in on Facebook. Hi Ryan, Do you have a talk on how we should believe the Bible even though it was written by men? I know the answer but wondered what you have." Well, I do... Continue Reading →

3 Reasons Why The Bible Is True

Can we really trust the Bible? How much of it is really true?

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