Why do some Christians seem so judgmental? Earl McClellan addresses this perception and explores who Jesus really is.
Jon Tyson reflects on a story of love, sacrifice and redemption.
Can intellectuals be Christians? Eric Metaxas reflects on how scientists, artists and other significant figures who shaped our culture have relied on their Christian faith throughout the centuries.
See how Jesus separated himself from the religious leaders of his time.
Christianity claims to be the only way to God. Isn't that extremely narrow and intolerant?
What do others around the world say about knowing God personally?
It seems there are more questions than answers. Mike Foster addresses if we should feel bad about questioning God or if it's normal to investigate.
We're all looking for happiness, but how do you find it? Gabe Lyons explores the difference between happiness and joy.
Everyone's looking for it, but how do you find your purpose in life? Pete Briscoe examines our desire to find purpose in life.
Is it possible to have a personal relationship with God?
Did God intend for us to suffer? Michael Frost explores whether or not suffering is part of God's plan.
Gabe Lyons weighs in on the Bible's relevance in today's world.
Do Christians actually resemble Jesus? David Kinnaman looks at Christianity in today's culture.
Lord? Liar? Lunatic? Legend? We asked what others around the world think about Jesus.
Watch to get a global perspective on pain and suffering.
Can everyone really have a specific purpose? Pete Briscoe discusses knowing your individual purpose in life.
Does believing in science require just as much faith as religion? Corey Widmer explores how it takes faith not only to believe in God, but also to not believe in Him.
Jon Tyson examines the role God plays in our suffering.
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