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Christian Themes in Star Wars?: An Interview with Paul Kent

The Force Awakens, the 2015 installment in the Star Wars franchise, promises to excite the longtime enthusiast and enthrall a new generation of admirers. Are there Christian themes found in the epic Star Wars saga? Bible Gateway interviewed Paul Kent (@pmuckley84) about his book, The Real Force: A Forty Day Devotional (Worthy Inspired, 2015). How […]

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Why Trust the Bible?: An Interview with Greg Gilbert

The Bible stands at the heart of the Christian faith. But why should we trust the Bible? Christians need to be able to articulate why they trust Scripture when it comes to understanding who God is, who we are, and how we’re supposed to live. Bible Gateway interviewed Greg Gilbert (@greggilbert) about his book, Why […]

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Understanding the Bible in Four Small Words: An Interview with Jarrett Stevens

When it comes to a story as theologically thick and rich with history, metaphor, and meaning as the Bible, the thought of trying to understand or communicate that story can be overwhelming. What if the essence of the story of God can be understood, applied, and shared in just four small words: Of. Between. With. […]

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Ditch the Baggage, Change Your Life: An Interview with Nancy Alcorn

Difficult life experiences have a way of keeping a person from walking in freedom. Poor decisions and harmful events can contribute to ongoing bad habits and character hang-ups. How can a person redefine their life and release thoughts, feelings, and patterns that have dragged them down? Bible Gateway interviewed Nancy Alcorn (@nancyalcorn) about her book, […]

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The Undeniable Reliability of Scripture: An Interview with Josh McDowell

Are you prepared to answer if a person should ask you why you trust the Bible? Can you articulate how Scripture communicates the very awe, mystery, passion, and power of God? And how God’s Word is living, relevant, reliable, and historically trustworthy? Do you believe that God not only used transformative words to bring about […]

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God’s Crime Scene: An Interview with J. Warner Wallace

What would happen if an experienced homicide detective applied the investigative tools he uses to prove that God exists? Could he examine eight pieces of critical evidence in the “crime scene” of the universe to determine if they point to a “divine intruder”? Bible Gateway interviewed former atheist J. Warner Wallace (@jwarnerwallace) about his book, […]

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TGIF: An Interview with Os Hillman

Atlanta businessman Os Hillman has devoted himself to write a daily email devotional featuring four-minute meditations on faith and work life. They consist of practical help in applying Christian faith to the work environment, encouragement and support for people to exhibit their faith, and empowerment to be more effective in work. Whether for individual quiet […]

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Imagine Heaven: An Interview with John Burke

It’s obvious from bookshelves and movie screens that Heaven is a popular topic of entertainment and conversation. But what does Heaven really look like? What will we do forever? Are near-death experiences useful to our understanding of the biblical description of Heaven? What does the Bible say? Bible Gateway interviewed John Burke (@J0hnBurke) about his […]

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The Bridge Builder: An Interview with Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein

It’s not shocking that there is an Orthodox Rabbi from Chicago raising millions of dollars for Jewish philanthropy. It is astonishing that these donations come from evangelical Christians despite hundreds of years of discord and animosity between the two groups. What force could be behind this seemingly insurmountable feat? Bible Gateway interviewed Rabbi Yechiel Z. […]

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It’s Not What You Think: An Interview with Jefferson Bethke

Jesus was most upset at people for seeing but not seeing; for missing it; for succumbing to the danger and idolatry of forcing God into preconceived ideas. What if our perception of spiritual truths is not what we think? What if Jesus came not to help people escape the world but rather to restore it? […]

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