Finding Courage to Ask and Believe

The biblical example of Habakkuk’s wrestle with God over restoring his modern culture back to Him serves as an aid in addressing today’s conflict against God. What should be done to revive humanity’s spiritual suppression? In this week’s article, Southeastern University President, Kent Ingle, leads us through a sentimentality of asking God for a significant breakthrough amidst our culture’s confusion.

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God and Books: Living an Intellectually Honest Faith

We have a fallen mind, but a fallen mind needs renewing, not removing. The challenge for the Christian is developing their mind to be both skillful and in line with God’s will. When we commit to a lifestyle of both faith and reason, spirituality and intellectualism, we combine the potent philosophical force of Christianity with the transformational power of the Spirit.

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