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#ChattanoogaStrong: How Faith Influences Life

by Dillon Burroughs “Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.” –Romans 12:21 The tragic murder of four U.S. Marines and the shooting of a police officer on July 16 at two military facilities made Chattanooga, “A great city with a broken heart,” according to Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam. The suspect, 24-year…

A Biblical Look at Race

Recent racially motivated crimes continue to crowd headlines. How can Christians respond to the issues that divide the various ethnic groups of our nation?

Are You a Christian?

by R.L. Wilson (2015) When someone is called a Christian today, it may be difficult to know what the name means: In many parts of the world a person may be considered a Christian only because he or she is not a Muslim, Jew, Hindu, or member of some other religious group; Some people believe…

What about the Missing Fossils?

Those who accept the view of Darwinian evolution have long claimed future evidence would provide missing fossils to support their assessment. However, the latest scientific evidence shows a wide variety of life forms appearing at the same time, with no previous evolutionary forms, causing scientists to reconsider views regarding the origin of life on earth.

Same-Sex Marriage: Responding to the Supreme Court’s Decision

by Dillion Burroughs (June 26, 2015) Today’s U.S. Supreme Courts ruled in a 5-4 decision that states cannot ban same-sex marriage, offering a landmark victory to gay activists. How can Bible-believing Christians respond to this new cultural shift? Scripture offers five responses to remember God’s principles regarding this controversial issue. First, remember God’s Word does…

Christianity and the Confederate Flag

In the aftermath of nine murdered Christians at a historic African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina, Governor Nikki Haley called for the removal of the Confederate flag from statehouse grounds. In her words, “The time has come,” though she defended the right of private citizens to use the symbol. The larger issue for Christians, however,…