Your God is Not Too Small!

Psalm 50:21 makes an interesting statement. In the previous verses God has mentioned several things the wicked have done or ways they have acted. Then God says, “When you did these things and I kept silent, you thought I was exactly like you.” Many years ago, I came across a little book by J. B.…

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Can You Know God Exists through Personally Experiencing Him?

This isn’t really an argument for God’s existence. Rather it’s the claim that you can know that God exists wholly apart from arguments, simply by personally experiencing Him. This was the way the people in the Bible knew God. As Professor John Hick has said, for them God was not an idea adopted by the…

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How Do Objective Moral Values Argue for the Existence of God?

If God does not exist, then it’s very difficult to find any objective standard of right and wrong, good and evil. In atheism, moral values are just byproducts of biological evolution and social conditioning. Michael Ruse, who is an atheistic philosopher of science from Canada, has said that morality is a biological adaptation; ethics is…

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The One Who is Faithful

The faithfulness of God is one of my favorite topics. Part of my fascination, I suppose, is the many ways I have seen His faithfulness played out in my own life. So very many times I have been in a difficult situation—sometimes through my own actions, sometimes through the actions of others. Regardless, when I…

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The Gospel of Luke: Encountering Jesus This Easter

One of the things I love about the Gospel of Luke is how he presents Jesus in such a personal way.  He includes a number of details and stories not found in the other Gospels that give us a glimpse of how Jesus personally sought after those around Him. As the only one to recount…

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Who is Jesus Christ according to Matthew?

Who is Jesus Christ? The entire Bible is centered around Him, and the four gospel accounts – Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John – describe Him in detail as they chronicle His life and teachings during His time on earth. While each gospel describes Him accurately, they each point out different aspects of His teaching, character,…

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Believe That I Am

The Gospel is the Holy Spirit’s presentation of the person and work of Jesus Christ to humanity. The advent of Christ ushered in the long-awaited Promised One. Although Israel had cried out for many years for the Messiah, they did not recognize His arrival. One of the most sobering passages in all of Scripture is…

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Jesus: The Servant of God

Each of the four Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) focuses on Jesus from a slightly different perspective. They include or exclude details about His life as they paint their own particular picture of who Jesus is. It has been suggested by many scholars that the picture painted by Mark is of Jesus as the…

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What if God Did Not Exist?

Ed. Note: This article is excerpted and slightly modified from our television series, “Does God Exist?” Dr. John Ankerberg: Dr. Craig, what difference does it make if God exists or not? Why does it matter? Many people say that it really doesn’t matter to them if God exists or not. And you say the most…

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