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3 Bible Studies on Faith
I do believe; help me overcome my unbelief! - Father of a possessed boy, Mark 9.24 Many of us could echo this sentiment of the father from Mark chapter 9. Doubt often means asking questions or being uncertain regarding issues of faith.  You believe – but you have difficulties with that faith, or are worried about […]

Thoughts About Holiness — A Transformed Mind
“I am not indebted to you, nothing stands between us.” This is a greeting in Uganda, Africa. How do we know in our lives that we have been set apart, have been made holy? By our actions and response. I remember how my sister Betsie really grew in holiness. I once read a letter which […]

God’s Not Dead
What divides us is not science, we are both committed to science, but our worldviews. No one wants to base their life on a delusion, but which is a delusion? Christianity or atheism? — John Lennox When a Man stops believing in God he doesn’t then believe in nothing, he believes anything. — attributed to […]

Losing my religion: an interview with David Bazan
What's it like to feel your faith slipping away? Christianity Today published an interview with David Bazan, a well-known musician and the former frontman for the indie rock band Pedro the Lion. Bazan is a former evangelical Christian who no longer counts himself as a believer, but he continues to speak (and sings) about God and the doubts that led him away from the Christian flock.

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It Ain't Over! - #2581
You can't tell what God is going to do for a wonderful finish to this game. God has a way of hitting a bases loaded, grand slam home run in the bottom of the ninth with two outs - if you don't give up before that harvest comes! I just hope you don't miss that grand finish because you gave up on the game too soon!

Doubting Thomas - a Christian perspective
Thomas, one of the disciples, refused to believe that Jesus had risen without physical proof. He received that proof when Jesus appeared before him, although Jesus praised those who had believed without the benefit of evidence.

My Lord and my God - a Christian perspective
The famous words of Thomas, the doubting disciple, upon meeting Jesus in the flesh after his resurrection. Any doubts that Thomas still held disappeared in that moment.

Scoffers in the Bible - a Christian perspective
Christians are warned that scoffers and doubters will emerge and question whether or not Jesus will really return. In the face of such doubts, we must cling to God's promises, and take heart in His faithfulness over the centuries.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - When You Are Doubting Thomas - #8243 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
When we moved in my senior year, I lost my Christian cocoon. I’d had a good youth group, a Bible club, a lot of Christians. And then, man, I had none of the above. I was like the “Lone Christian.” And I was in this one class where the teacher challenged everything I believed, and now I was questioning things that I never really questioned before. What if we’d been raised in another culture? Would I have believed something else? Well, I really started digging into the evidence for myself, and I’ll tell you today the things I struggled with are the things I know are true beyond any shadow of a doubt.