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  • by Gary Smith
To parents of teens: Welcome to this ongoing series of articles written with you in mind. These “hot topic” articles will specifically address current cultural issues and the challenges that you may be facing as a family and, most importantly, how to deal successfully with them in light of the Bible.
  • by Jorge de Campos
Let us keep our great hope—the purpose of why we were born—burning bright in our minds with the help of God’s Holy Spirit. This way we may do what is right and pleasing to God. And this way we might be preserved blameless at the time of Jesus Christ’s return (1 Thessalonians 5:23). 
  • by Carolyn Trombi
How do you handle those inner conflicts.
  • by David Treybig
"Thanks for sharing your opinion," said the man after I had answered his question about the Bible.
  • by Tom M Damour
In this month's issue of Virtual Christian Magazine, we are pleased to bring you several articles that we hope will lead you to a deeper walk with Christ (Ephesians 5:2; Galatians 5:16; Colossians 1:10).
  • by Gary Petty
All across the United States people are involved in a debate about the biblical Ten Commandments. It's ironic that while some Christians vehemently defend the posting of the Ten Commandments, many other Christians believe that these laws have no application to modern Christianity.
  • by Cecil Maranville
"Does having an extramarital affair mean that a government official is unfit to hold office?" This and related questions have been the focus of the U.S. news media throughout the summer of 2001. Is the subject newsworthy, or is it just gossip? The debate swirling around the subject illustrates a growing phenomenon-partitioning morality. What does it portend for the future?
  • by Roger Foster
Why do you think the way you do? Are the choices you make truly your own, or do influences beyond your control unduly sway your opinions?
  • by Jerold Aust
The debate over values continues to grow. Are values changing? Are there moral absolutes? Is there a source we should go to to determine right values? Many wonder what happened to the traditional values that brought us through a tumultuous century—and worry about what lies ahead.