Even when we hear God’s voice, things can still go wrong. The interaction of God’s revelation with our fallen humanity means there are few solid rules.
Back in the first century, it wasn’t normal for men and women to be friends. But with his radical new ethic of equality, Jesus changed that.
Learning to hear God’s voice takes time and our ability to recognise the voice of the Spirit improves with experience and practice.
It’s easy to assume that once someone makes a decision to become a Christian, they automatically start acting like it. But this is largely a fallacy.
Self-righteousness, condemnation and finger-pointing seem to have become the order of the day, and it’s all the more repugnant when cloaked in religiosity.
Our dreams can often carry important messages and they are worth paying attention to. These are 3 possible sources of where your dream came from.
For Aussie farmer Jarrod, it was a dream that ended up being the difference between delcaring bankruptcy and keeping his farm.
Today our cultural expectations are still built around a fairytale theology from the sixteenth century; sometimes even regarded as a godly moral code.
I looked up and around the room and thought I was going crazy. I had heard God’s voice. Was I imagining it? No; I had just heard it.
In the great debate of how exactly divine sovereignty and human free will interact, here are three things we can be sure of.