All Resources on Tough Texts
What should our hearts and minds do when we hear Jesus speak so horrifically about the slaughter of the wicked?
Apparent contradictions in the Bible—such as the genealogies of Jesus—have possible and plausible solutions.
If what you regard as bright and compelling isn't Christ, you will be filled with darkness.
John Piper says that God has good reasons for sometimes keeping us in the dark.
John Piper says that the complexities of Christian faith shouldn't make us forget or reject the many clear and glorious truths.
John Piper says that God has made some parts of Scripture difficult to understand in order to protect them.
What does it mean to be written in the Lamb's book of life?
How can we explain the surprising similarity between 2 Peter and Jude?
John Piper says that Paul was willing to suffer in order to display the gospel, and that we should be willing too.
John Piper says there is a good way to seek glory and honor.
No ill befalls the saints except what God’s love permits, and even those "ills" won't conquer them.
John Piper talks about how to discern between good and bad theology in the book of Job.
John Piper explains why slavery, even though it was justifiable under the old covenant, should be abolished.
What are some implications of the fact that God has founded Christianity on a book that has difficult passages?
It is okay to question God if you do it humbly and teachably.
What should we do when it seems like one Biblical truth cancels out another?
Great and lasting things are at stake for future generations not only because of what we teach, but also because of what we are.
When you find two parts of Scripture that seem to contradict, don't assume the Bible is inconsistent.
How are we to understand those psalms that express hatred and call down curses upon the enemies of God?