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The Apostle of Hope 3, Part A

The great mistake in considering how to grow as a Christian is to think that in order to become more spiritual or holy, we need to add something different on top of the gospel that we’ve received.

Fresh Beginnings

A Word from Josh

As 2021 starts, we pray for fresh beginnings and for restoration. We longingly anticipate days in which we can once again go about our lives without concern for sickness, disunity, or social upheaval.  

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This month at God Centered Life, we're offering a copy of Lee Strobel's The Case for Christ for your gift of any amount. Is there credible evidence that Jesus of Nazareth really is the Son of God? Former atheist and Chicago Tribune journalist Lee Strobel takes an investigative look at the evidence from the fields of science, philosophy, and history. 

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GCL Articles

Encouragement for Pastors

Today’s article is a guest post from Dr. Ray Van Neste, Dean and Professor of Biblical Studies, School of Theology and Missions at Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. Pastors, I know the last several months have been challenging. As I heard someone recently say, “If this ain’t difficult times, they’ll do until difficult times come!”[1] Some of you…

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An Experimental Approach to Religious Proof

In this article I will introduce a new proof for the existence of God. The problem of proving the existence of God goes back to biblical times. In the Old Testament, we are told in Psalm 14 that the fool says in his heart there is no God. And in the New Testament, we are told in Romans…

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Communism, Communalism, Community, and Christianity

If you were to ask me which part of fairly recent human history does the present most resemble, I would say 1930s. Which is a scary thought. The 1930s saw the increasing undermining of the credibility of international institutions, the rise of the radical left and the radical right—and as we all know, that eventually bled over into…

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