We Are Radical

Bringing radical thoughts worth pondering (A blog of poriruachurch.com)

Monthly Archives: April, 2011

Why Should I Believe in the Christian Life?

Even if the promises of heaven were removed from the Bible, the Christian life would still be worth living. It is the most noble and fulfilling life possible. Living for … Continue reading


Why Should I Believe in the Church?

The Bible describes the church of Christ as the body of Christ; there is only one, and Jesus is its Saviour (Ephesians 1:22-23; 4:4; 5:23). The church of Christ is … Continue reading


Why Should I Believe in the Gospel?

The word “gospel” essentially means “good news” or “glad tidings,” but to fully appreciate the message of the gospel one must first be aware of the bad news to which it is … Continue reading


Why Should I Believe in the Bible?

The Bible is by no means an out-dated collection of irrelevant stories and archaic guidelines. The word of God “is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword,” penetrating … Continue reading


Why Should I Believe in the Holy Spirit?

Just about everything, from warm feelings and vague intuitions to selfish delusions and elaborate hoaxes, have been attributed to God’s Spirit. But to attempt to speak on behalf of God … Continue reading


Why Should I Believe in Jesus Christ?

Secular history verifies the historical person of Jesus Christ, but the writers of the New Testament provide the most comprehensive description of His life, character, and words. By honestly considering … Continue reading


Why Should I Believe in God?

All who genuinely search for God can easily find Him (Acts 17:27), and to confirm the reality of God one could appeal to any number of philosophical arguments and logical … Continue reading


The Divine Origin of the Bible

The Bible claims to have come from God and to be all-sufficient to meet man’s spiritual needs (2 Timothy 3:14-17). The writers of the Bible allege to have received their … Continue reading


The Heart of Bible Study

Since God wants everyone to be saved and come to a knowledge of the truth (1 Timothy 2:3-4), surely He has ensured that this knowledge is attainable. In fact, understanding … Continue reading