Sort of a review of “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice,” but making a point pertaining to fiction in general.
A critique of Matthew Vines’ Biblical Views on Homosexuality.
I believe most Christians don’t understand neither what the doctrine of the Trinity professes, why its necessary and important, nor its meaning for their lives.
R. L. Copple begins the process of planning for 2014 by reviewing the top 10 articles by page views, tossing out thoughts, and encouraging his reader’s feedback.
R. L. Copple dips his toe in the Christian debate concerning Halloween, and probably pleasing no one.
R. L. Copple tackles the sensitive subject of wives submitting to their husbands.
R. L. Copple addresses the route to healing broken marriages, relates his own personal marital struggle, and a new book that has risen from the experience.
R. L. Copple continues his marriage series by looking at the common myths about divorce, adultery, and infidelity.