Gospel Relevance

Gospel-Centered Resources For The Gospel-Driven Life

God is Spirit

Once in seminary, I was in a group conversation with fellow peers. I don’t remember the subject, but it was apparently theological in nature since one guy in the group said something like, “The Westminster Shorter Catechism says God is spirit.” He’s right. Specifically, question

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Was Jesus Rejected by The Father on The Cross?

It’s passion week. On Good Friday, Christians tend to think more about the cross than usual. One thing I’ve heard from many over the years is that when Jesus died on the cross, the Father rejected him. When Jesus cried out, “My God, my God,

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Why You Believe What You Believe

Do you believe in infant baptism or believers baptism? Are you Reformed? Concerning the miraculous gifts of the Holy Spirit, are you a continuationist or a cessationist? The answers to these questions sum up some of your theological convictions. You may know what you believe.

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5 Common Misconceptions about Heaven and the Afterlife

Eschatology (the doctrine of last things) has become a hot topic among Christians since the late nineteenth century, when John Nelson Darby began to popularize the doctrine of the rapture (as part of what we now call dispensational theology) through a series of Prophecy Conferences in

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God is Good, Yes. But What Does This Mean?

“God is good,” the non-Christian says. Even though he’s not living for the Lord, he recognizes the goodness of God. People — both Christians and non-Christians — usually say “God is good” after something good happens. The problem, though, is that we toss expressions like

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