The Biblical Insight to Tough Questions series is a perennial “bestseller” for our ministry, which is why we’re now offering Vol. 12.
Each question is challenging, of course, but every answer is thoroughly researched, easy to understand, and thoroughly biblical.
Request your copy of Biblical Insight to Tough Questions Vol. 12 right now.
Vol. 12 includes these ten questions:
- Is Christian nationalism biblical?
- Is gender binary?
- What's the difference between a religion and a cult?
- Does the Bible forbid cremation?
- Should Christians send their kids to public school?
- What's the difference between a revival and an awakening?
- Is it OK for Christians to use horoscopes?
- Does God support war?
- Should Christians boycott?
- Why is sex before marriage wrong?
We launched this series to offer short biblical answers to challenging cultural topics.
However, the chapters are not the end of the discussion; rather, our prayer is that each chapter leads you to God’s word to “test everything; hold fast what is good” (1 Thess. 5:21).
And they can also be used as launching points for small-group discussions on today’s hot topics.
As we said, the first printings of these volumes are popular with our readers, so you’re encouraged to request your copy of Biblical Insight to Tough Questions Vol. 12 right now.
And may the biblical answers inside encourage, challenge, and inspire you toward being a blessing for God to those around you.
P.S. For a limited time, you may request Vols. 11 and 12, as well as the box set of the first 10 Biblical Insight books, for your gift of $175 or more. Since each volume includes 10 questions, that’s 120 insights into 120 challenging questions of our day. Click here to get all 12 volumes.
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