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No GQ, the Bible is not Racist, Sexist or Boring

Recently, the editors of GQ (Gentlemen’s Quarterly online) released its list of 21 Books You Don’t Have to Read. They boldly claimed, “…not all the Great Books have aged well. Some are racist and some are sexist, but most are just really, really boring. So we—and a group of un-boring …

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The Gift of Christmas Was Predicted With the Gift of Prophecy

The Gift of Christmas Was Predicted With the Gift of Prophecy

As Christmas gift exchanges approach, the gift of Jesus is easily obscured. But gifted prophets predicted the birth of the Messiah, and these prophesies, like other Old Testament prophecies, testify to the Divine nature of the Bible. The New Testament contains two different types of prophetic declarations: the prophecies uttered …

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Why Moral Evil Does Not Disprove the Existence of God (Video)

J. Warner Wallace, author of God’s Crime Scene, discusses the nature of evil and free agency. Does the existence of moral evil disprove the existence of God or is evil further evidence of God’s existence? Why would God allow moral evil in the first place? For more on the “problem …

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