A reflection from Just Thinking magazine editor Danielle DuRant.
What does God look like to you—really—when you find yourself in the valley of ashes? Does He appear caring and compassionate, or perhaps unresponsive or dismissive?
When I first became a Christian, I thought life would be better and happier. A few years later, after a divorce and in the midst of a severe mental health crisis, I stood screaming to God in an apartment I couldn’t afford, “Why aren’t you helping me?”
The Bible assures us that at all times God is with us. He is our comforter; He is our healer. He is our physician; He is our provider. He knows better than we do.
The coronavirus pandemic is perplexing and unsettling for all of us. How do we begin to think it through and cope with it? John Lennox unpacks this question in this excerpt from his newest release, “Where Is God in a Coronavirus World?”
If apologetics is to be done effectively, we must connect with the person at the level of the personal and understand where the individual faces their personal struggle.
We need a vision of God for who He really is and the passion to pursue life as it is meant to be lived.
God has put enough into this world to make faith in Him most reasonable, but He has left enough out to make it impossible to live by reason alone.
Whatever barrier, whatever heartache, the God of the Scriptures invites us to come to Him.
The claim that Jesus of Nazareth did not even exist has virtually no currency in contemporary scholarship. John Dickson explains more in this excerpt from his recently published book, “Is Jesus History?”
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