“Little doubt surrounds the claim that the kingdom of God was central to the message of the historical Jesus. The expression and its equivalents (‘kingdom,’ ‘kingdom of heaven’) occur more than 100 times in the Synoptics alone. The present...
On this episode, Nate answered questions like: Where do progressive Christians get the idea that sin went away with the Old Testament?
On this episode: Nate explains what the Bible means when it says Christ is "in" us (:18) Nate welcomes Gene and Logan (12:36) Question: What does a fruitful youth ministry look like? (15:27) How Important Is Diversity In the Church? (20:11) Sign up for...
Is believing in God really like believing in flying pasta?
On this episode, Nate gives a sermon on how Jesus words in Luke 6:40 provide a clear picture of discipleship today.
A short, collegiate essay on what the Scripture teaches about the ultimate fate of non-believers.
Answering the objection that prayer is meaningless because God's will is going to happen whether we pray or not.
On this episode, Nate answered questions like: Do you think there are any credible arguments against Christianity?
A collegiate essay investigating the role of the Holy Spirit in the sanctification of Christians.
In the culture wars, Evangelicals have a tendency to want to split the parties involved in debates about sexuality into two neatly divided camps: the pro-gay hedonists and the anti-gay culture warriors.  Nate Collins confronts the debate in complicated...

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Thought Snack: Vedanta and Illusion

"It does much credit to the heart of the ultra-monist Vedantins that they have always been ready to help others towards liberation; it does...