Truth is, there are many things science can’t prove, and probably never will.
Seems unfair that God would send them to hell, doesn't it?
It is a common idea that all religions lead to God, just by different paths. But do they actually claim to help you find the same God?
Many believe science and religion are at opposite ends of the pole. Is there a way they can meet in the middle?
Can we scientifically prove the Bible is God’s Word?
Should what is morally right to me be right for you? Or is it all just personal preference?
Is there a reason there is so much injustice and suffering in the world? How can we change it? Or can we?
How do you identify yourself? If it is by material or external means, you may not be giving your identity true purpose.
Many people claim to be spiritual. What exactly does that mean? Are all viewpoints equal?
There is no doubt a man named Jesus existed. Why does his life still have so much impact on people today?
People ask why a loving God would allow evil. Here is an insight into how to respond.
Does the idea of Jesus having to die for our sins seem unjust to you?
It’s been said there is a natural God-shaped hole in all of our hearts that only He can fill. Do you believe that?
Are you living life to the max or just trudging through it day by day? We all want to feel fulfilled. Here is a way worth considering.
Can people who don’t believe in God be good people? Of course, but there is more to it.
If God exists, why does He permit evil? It’s a good question. Here is an attempt to answer it.
To say that God doesn't exist because there is evil in the world doesn’t really address the issue.
Do you believe that Jesus rose from the dead? What is the basis for that belief?
How can there be both good and evil in this world?
If we disagree with another person’s sense of justice, they will appear to be unjust to us.
Within shocking seconds, everything has changed...
“If a perfectly good God cannot permit unjustified evil, then what happens when an entire culture becomes an unjustified evil?”
A new situation, but the same timeless question: “Why Does God Allow Suffering?”