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Have We Made the Bible Into an Idol?

The Bible says it, I believe it, and that settles it. You’ve heard that phrase…

Why Is the God of the Old Testament So Angry?

Throughout the year, many of us jump in on a Bible reading plan. Reading through…

Where the American Idea of Freedom Falls Short

Freedom. Who would’ve thought a mere seven-letter phrase could shape an entire society? It is…

A New Poll Shows Bible Readership Soared in 2020

Bible reading increased significantly in 2020, according to a new poll released Tuesday, with an…

Tim Keller on Jesus’ Death and Resurrection

Tim Keller writes in a book excerpt posted on RELEVANT about Christ’s resurrection, especially why it really happened and the proof for a factual event.

The Investigative Reporting Technique That Can Change How You Read the Bible

The five W’s and one H is often referred to as a basic journalist technique.…

Stop Taking Jeremiah 29:11 Out of Context

It’s one of the modern Church’s favorite biblical promises—but we’ve gotten it all wrong.

10 Bible Passages to Read When You’re Feeling Anxious and Afraid

Let’s be honest here: This has been a really scary week. In the matter of…

Why Christians Should Enjoy Life More Than Anyone

“So I commend the enjoyment of life, because there is nothing better for a person…

Only 10 Percent of Americans Hold Basic Christian Beliefs

Within the last decade, it’s been reported that 70 percent of Americans identify as Christians.…

The Problem With Appropriating the Bible for Politics

Last week, a panel discussion called, “If Heaven Has a Gate, a Wall and Extreme…

5 Verses Christians Like to Ignore

One of the things that makes the message of the Gospel so revolutionary is that…

6 Bible Characters Who Should Get Their Own TV Dramas

David and Saul are headed to primetime. ABC is currently working on a TV series…

28% of Americans Say the Bible Is the Word of God and Should Be Interpreted Literally

According to a new Gallup Poll, more than 1 in 4 Americans believe that the…

When the Bible Gets Boring

Yes, it’s the greatest story ever told … and told again, and again and a million times over. How do we keep from yawning over the Bible when we’ve heard it all before?

The Bible’s Unanswered Questions

Ray Horton points out that every answer from the Bible unlocks several more questions—and why that’s OK.

Words: What are They Good for?

Tyler Lacoma writes about our preoccupation with the language of faith and how we can use words instead of worship them.

Past the Self-Esteem Shop

Angela Shupe writes a column for RELEVANT about reading Scripture and finding our self-esteem in who God wants us to be instead of who society says we ought to be.

The Bible – To Read Or Live?

Steve Stockman discusses living and practicing scriptures as opposed to just reading to say you have read.

To Read Or Not To Read?

Have you read your Bible today? Most Christians I know say that the number one…