- Is Eternal Punishment Just? by Tim Barnett: “This young Christian schoolteacher took issue with the idea that a loving God would send a person to Hell for eternity for a finite number of sins committed while on earth. ‘It just doesn’t seem right,’ she exclaimed.... At first blush, this question seems to resonate with our moral intuitions concerning justice and fairness. However, at the heart of the question lies a fundamental misunderstanding about man and God. Specifically, we minimize the seriousness of man’s sin and guilt, and we distort the perfection of God’s holiness and justice.” (Read more.)
- Despair in 2016? Never. God Will Do Big Things by Brett Kunkle: “[T]he modern university is an intellectual wasteland, as well as a moral mess. This is the chaos our young people walk into as they attend secular universities across the country. A cause for concern? Absolutely. If we don’t win students’ hearts and minds before they head off to college, the secular culture will. A cause for despair? Never. No matter how bad things get, nothing will put Jesus Christ back in the grave. We can be confident the gates of Hell will not ultimately prevail against His church (Matt. 16:18). So I’m not despairing, I’m redoubling my efforts.” (Read more.)
- Still Following Jesus by Alan Shlemon: “Before returning to the Father, Jesus commanded His followers to make disciples of all nations and teach them to obey His commands (Matt. 28:19-20). Although I live 2,000 years later and 7500 miles away, that Great Commission still animates my life today.” (Read more.)
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