Have you ever wondered if you really believe in God? Sometimes we experience a slow sense of decay in our relationship with God — he just seems more and more distant. And sometimes there’s a sudden doubt that hits like a hammer. You start to wonder if you’re losing your faith. What can we do?
Celebrating Lent and “Holy Week” may be easily lost among the busyness of college life. You may be facing heavy assignments and frenzied activities, or you may be in the middle of your spring break. Whatever you’re doing, take some time to read and reflect on the events leading to Jesus’ arrest, crucifixion and resurrection. Here are a few poems and some suggested Scripture readings to help you reflect.
You’ve probably heard (or offered) the objection that little can really be known concerning the life of Jesus, or that he certainly wasn’t who others described him to be — a common claim by those who question the accuracy or authority of the New Testament. So, was Jesus who he or others say he was? To respond to this Good Question, we turned to an article by Dr. Gary Habermas, Distinguished Professor and Chair of the department of philosophy and theology at Liberty University.
Good QuestionWhat if I doubt my faith?
Editor's ChoiceSome Easter poems
Good QuestionWas Jesus real?