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Is the world going to hell in a handbasket? Bill Guerrant shares the truth about the "good old days" and where we stand now in terms of poverty, war, and the evils present in the world today.

The first clear reference to a Messianic King in the Old Testament comes from 1 Samuel 2. In the introduction to the Book of Samuel, Hannah prays for a son to come from her barren womb. God answers her prayer, and she sings a psalm of praise in response.
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Missing from the church's gospel today is the central theme of the kingdom of God. In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Rica McRoy shares both the rights and responsibilities of citizenship in God's heavenly kingdom.

The vast majority of American Christianity today has adopted an erroneous view of the Christian afterlife and eternity, namely, that the final destination of Christians...

The reasons God heals are rooted in his character and eternal purposes.

Rob Bell, author of Love Wins, has recently published a new book entitled, What We Talk about When We Talk about God.  Those who...

Books on Jesus abound—why the need for another one? Aren’t the four Gospels and subsequent letters of the New Testament sufficient for us to understand him? Well, not necessarily so, claims N. T. Wright in his book Simply Jesus. Andrew Dragos offers a summary and takeaways in this book review.

God does make our paths straight, but He often does it through what seems like a lot of crooked lines.
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Contrary to how some read 1 Corinthians 15, the spiritual body is about source of empowerment, not quality of material. Watch this Seven Minute Seminary video from Ben Witherington III as he critiques views on the spiritual body that pass over the resurrection.

Even as a relatively new Christian, there are numerous times that I have heard an impassioned exhortation from the pulpit to serve the “least of these” and by doing so to serve Christ, as it says in Matthew 25:31-46. I began taking my time to look at the text intentionally. What I discovered surprised me, and I began to ask the question — Is social justice the point behind the text? The conclusion that I have come to is: no.

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