Sometimes, the meaning of the same facts is strongly dependent upon our perspective
How many things that we seek after or follow are unchanging and permanent?
You Are the Watchman
The obligations of a watchman weren't merely abstract to Ezekiel, and they aren't to us, either
Not a Prophet, Yourself?
Being an old man wearing robes isn't a requirement to be a prophet
Maybe There is a Somebody
Maybe a parody of Charles Osgood's famous poem can offer us a lesson for a life of purpose
No Need to Hide Any Longer
Sometimes, telling the truth about a problem is a big first step towards solving it
A Good Question to Ask
While not every question has to be answered, some of them are important for us to find correct answers to
No Two Ways About It
If there are universal standards, they must - by definition - apply to all of us
Starting with Jesus
In the book of Hebrews, the author jumps right in without much of an introduction. Let's see what he thought was more important than a greeting.
Even if Nobody Agrees with You
Truth is not necessarily the same thing as the majority opinion.
Sorting out the Truth
We live in a world of conflicting ideas that can't all be true at once. How do we find the truth in all that, and does it matter whether or not we do so?
Why Do We Need to Agree?
Agreement with everyone isn't necessary when we know the truth, but sometimes seeking out others' agreement can allow us to achieve something even greater things.
Deserving a Curse
What happens when just a little false teaching is mixed in with the truth?
Tough Love May Mean Tough Talk
Sometimes, the most loving thing to do might not be the one that makes people feel good about their current choices.
It’s Going to Take Guts
Knowing and doing are two separate things, but what else do we need in order to be people of action, rather than just inert knowledge?
The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing but the Truth
Sometimes, an abridged version of an important message just won't get the job done.
Quotes from the Pharisees: Nobody Believes That! (Part 2)
In the Bible, there seems to be good precedent for taking the time to explain the truth, and to listen to others carefully.
Quotes from the Pharisees: Are You Saying I’m Wrong? (Part 2)
If we are fallible, how can we find the truth?
Quotes from the Pharisees: Are You Saying I’m Wrong? (Part 1)
How is it that we can sometimes have the most difficult time noticing when we are the one who is wrong?