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Do All Religions Lead to Heaven?


There is salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved (Acts 4:12).

Is Baptism Necessary for Salvation?


Baptism is the discarded jewel of Christian churches today.
MARK DEVER

What Is the Heart of Apologetics?


The gospel which we possess was not given to us only to be admired, talked of, and professed, but to be practiced.
J.C. RYLE

What Is Apologetics?


Apologetics is to be seen not as a defensive and hostile reaction against the world, but as a welcome opportunity to exhibit, celebrate, and display the treasure chest of the Christian faith.
ALISTAIR MCGRATH

Is There Evidence for the Resurrection?


Resurrection means that the worst thing is never the last thing.
FREDERICK BUECHNER

Resurrection: Fact or Fiction?


He is not here, for he has risen, as he said. Come, see the place where he lay (Matthew 28:6).

Is Cross-Dressing Permissible?


Cross-dressing, considered by some of little consequence today, was strictly forbidden in Israel because it obliterated the lines of distinction inherent in God’s creation of man and woman.
APOLOGETICS STUDY BIBLE

Can Marijuana Be Used Medicinally?


I doubt that we should oppose a regulated medical use of marijuana, controlled by appropriate physician oversight and prescriptions. Many drugs are sold by prescription which, if they were abused, would be even more destructive than marijuana.
John Piper

Is It Okay to Smoke Marijuana?


Drugs will not make one’s problems disappear; they will only delay the onset of having to deal with problems and will often create more problems. SEAN MCDOWELL In my past, I smoked plenty of marijuana, so I get the draw. Being high feels good, and when life stinks who doesn’t long for a good escape? […]
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What Is Modalism?


During the third century, a heresy arose which is called “Modalism” or “Sabellianism” or “Monarchianism.” According to this heresy, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are all divine, but they are not distinct persons.
WILLIAM LANE CRAIG