Other articles by Dr. Christopher Cone

How Can I Know God?

How can I know God? Paul's Letter to the Romans tells the important true story about who we are, what we need, and what God has done for us. Paul writes that "There is none righteous not even one... there is none who does good, not even one" (Romans 3:10-12).

God Doesn't Play Dice… But He Does Play Hide and Seek

On the one hand, we have Paul telling us how unfathomable and unsearchable are the ways of God (Rom 11:33), and on the other, he prays that believers will grow in their understanding, and that they will be receptive to the breadth, length, height, and depth of His incredible love (Eph 3:14-19).

Why Social Media Makes Us Unhappy

A past study from the University of Michigan showed that "Facebook use actually predicts declines in a user's well-being." Although the study doesn't go so far as to attempt to explain exactly why, I offer here a few explanatory suggestions. Oh yeah... and it's poetry (because poetry and ...

10 Questions to Ask When Looking for a New Church

Looking for a new church can be an exciting process, but it can also be discouraging and even frustrating. Here are 10 questions that may help you work through that process – 5 you should ask before you leave your current fellowship, and 5 you should ask before you arrive at the new one.

10 New Testament Evidences for the Divinity of Jesus Christ

There are many evidences for the divinity of Jesus, both in the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) and the Greek New Testament, but these are just a few examples that point us toward the understanding that Jesus is not simply a historical figure, a good teacher, or a prophet. He is much more than that!

What is Real Success?

Google the phrase "What is success" and you will get 1.13 billion results. I'd like to examine each of those with you today (not really). Much has been said about success. Everybody seems to want it, but it is surprising how few actually can define it.

#MeToo Invites Us To Consider More Than Just Behavior

The #MeToo movement is bringing needed light to the darkness of sexual abuse and assault, and underscoring a dark principle of human nature: people will often try to get away with whatever they think they can. The public unveiling of sexual selfishness and other evils that typically accompany this ...

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