Surely, black lives matter because the Scripture clearly teaches that all lives matter. So how can Christians (especially white Christians) love and esteem black lives in a biblically faithful way?
If the death of Jesus is not a mere example of sacrificial love but actual atonement (the finished payment for sin), and if Jesus died for each and every individual, why do many people still go to eternal suffering in hell? It appears as though these individuals’ sins are being paid for “twice;” once by Jesus on the cross, and …
I’ve heard some theologians speak of the “two wills” of God. Is this a biblical concept? If so, how can I best understand the two wills of God, especially in relation to my prayer life?
The political left often points out the “contradiction” that Christians and other political conservatives are pro-life when it comes to abortion, but also in favor of capital punishment when it comes to serious crimes like murder. Is this stance actually a contradiction? Should Christians support the death penalty?
A lot of pastors in our nation have seemed to change their position on Covid-19 and how churches should respond. However, very few of these pastors have gone on public record admitting that they were previously wrong. Should these pastors publicly repent for their past errors and ignorance?
What solution does the Bible offer for anxiety?