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One Thing Jesus Didn’t Know

God knows everything (1 John 3:20). God knows himself and all things exhaustively, eternally, and unchangeably. He knows his own perfections, plans, actions, and goals (Ps. 147:5; Isa. 46:10; Acts 15:18). He knows the billions of angels in light (Dan. 7:10), every corner of hell (Prov. 15:11), all of our sins (Ps. 69:5), every hidden thought (Ps. 139:2), every ounce of our suffering (Ps. 56:8). He proves his deity by infallibly knowing the past, present, and future, including all possibilities and contingent events (1…
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7 Ways to Love Christians Who Are Overweight

Imagine approaching someone at church, looking her over, and telling her which sin patterns you think she’s stuck in—based solely on her physical appearance. As ridiculous as it sounds, it’s not an uncommon experience for the overweight Christian. I was 25 when a respected older woman in my church invited me to participate with her in a Christian weight-loss program. She promised this “biblical” diet (it wasn’t) would help me give…

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Let Kevin DeYoung Reintroduce You to the 10 Commandments

The church and the world are hungry for true righteousness.

Higher Education Must Address Free Speech and Social Justice

It would be hard to overstate the significance of social justice to the formation of many college students today.

You Know Charles Spurgeon. Now Meet His Wife.

Through debilitating difficulties, Susie loved her God and her family with excellence.

Francis Chan Calls for Reformation. But We Need Contextualization.

The gospel carries its own offense. Our role is to remove any needless offenses or distractions from the gospel.