Faith and Empiricism
The story of Thomas’ doubt of the resurrection of Jesus teaches us much about the relationship of faith and empiricism. Empiricism is the belief that something can only be verifiable by means of experience and experimentation. Many today want to pit faith against empiricism, but it isn’t that faith is against empirical data. Faith goes beyond the empirical to see the unobservable.
Why Did Jesus Rise From the Dead?
The resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ surely sealed our redemption. However, the purpose of His death goes beyond the individual need to a global impact. The King and His Kingdom rests upon the event of the resurrection.
Only Dead Seeds Live
Jesus refused the popularity of the masses to do only what He could do—die for the sins of His people. Out of His death has come a life power that has regenerated millions. Learn how to enjoy the life of Christ by dying to the the strong desire of the flesh.
When It's Not What It Seems
John the Baptist sat in a prison with questions about Jesus and His ministry. Often things don’t go as planned and God doesn’t perform as you want. Listen, and let your heart be encouraged to be blessed with whatever and wherever God’s business turns.