Posts from May 2014

Human Insignificance

By William Lane Craig May. 30, 2014 9:00 a.m. Philosophy

Dr. William Lane Craig addresses questions regarding God's love for us and our significance as human beingings in a vast and uncomprehendable cosmos. 

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Did YHWH Condemn the Nations When He Elected Israel?: The Canaanites in the Torah

By Charlie Trimm May. 27, 2014 9:00 a.m. Old Testament, Theology

The Canaanite destruction is the major ethical problem in the Old Testament. How can we serve a God who commanded genocide? In this post, we will look at the Torah’s presentation of the Canaanites to see how YHWH viewed the Canaanites in the time before the Conquest of Canaan.

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Why Every Church Will Always Need a Women’s Ministry, Part Three

By Nell Sunukjian May. 26, 2014 9:00 a.m. Christian Education, Church Life, Culture, Ministry and Leadership

In this third post about women’s ministry, I’d like to reflect on the condition of Women’s Ministry in the local church as I see it.

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Still More Reflections on the Sean Carroll Debate

By William Lane Craig May. 23, 2014 9:00 a.m. Philosophy

In this week's Q & A, Dr. William Lane Craig finishes answering questions related to his debate with Sean Carroll, sharing his stance on fine-tuning.


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Jesus' Radical Ways

By Joanne Jung May. 22, 2014 9:00 a.m. New Testament, Theology

The shortest Good Book Blog entry to date.

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Pre-Marital Counseling Asian-American Style, Part Three

By Ben Shin May. 21, 2014 3:00 p.m. Church Life, Culture, Marriage and Family, Ministry and Leadership

In my last blog, I explored some of the key differences of the dynamics of Asian-American weddings specifically in relationship to “honoring” the parents and their guests at the wedding ceremony. In this blog, I’d like to discuss some of the challenges related to the relational dynamics of the different families prior to marriage. This will include “family matching,” approval of different vocations, and the transfer of authority from the father/mother to the husband and bride ...

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Barriers to Evangelism

By Gary McIntosh May. 20, 2014 9:00 a.m. Church Life, Evangelism, Ministry and Leadership

New churches are usually much more effective at winning new people to faith in Christ than older churches. For many reasons, as a church grows older, it develops barriers that keep it from making new disciples. The list of evangelistic barriers is long and complex, but the following are a few insights as to why churches become less effective at evangelism. Once a church recognizes some of the barriers, it can then take action to eliminate them ...

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