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Living Faith is a Christian blog that interacts with a variety of biblical, theological and practical topics written by Grand Canyon University's College of Theology faculty and specially invited guests of the college. Our content provides practical and biblical advice from a Christian worldview for living our faith in the midst of an increasingly secularized world. In addition, our content wrestles with cultural topics and issues that challenge how we live out our faith as believers. For this reason, contributors to our Christian blog strive to write with compassion and apologetic concern to honor Christ and edify the church in every way possible.
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Category: Dear Theophilus
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By Manny Cota
Faculty, College of Theology

At times I struggle balancing my spiritual life and my intellectual life. I like to ask deep questions, but some have recently condemned my questions as prideful and “worldly.” Does the Bible condemn academic study or intellectual engagement because it counts as “worldly wisdom” and knowledge that make one to “puff up” with pride?

Sincerely,

Theophilus

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By Jeff Jibben
Faculty, College of Theology

I was under the impression, from archeological evidence, that it was at least a century later when the Gospels were written. I’d be interested in the evidence which points to their writing within 20-30 years after the events.

Sincerely,

Theophilus

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By Steve Duby
Faculty, College of Theology

In the midst of my busy life, I sometimes wonder whether I need to be a member at a church in order to be spiritually healthy.  I have Christian friends and am part of a Christian university.  I can listen to sermons online and get worship songs to sing on the way to work.  Why would I need to worry about being a member of a local church in order to serve God and grow spiritually? 

Sincerely, Theophilus

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By Numa Gomez
Faculty, College of Theology

If God created us, then who created God?

Sincerely,

Theophilus

Dear Theophilus,

The question of who created God is usually brought up in philosophical discussions. It is a major objection that atheists place to justify their disbelief. It is also usually brought up in the question of the origins of the universe.

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By James Uhley
Faculty, College of Theology

Can humans ever travel to other star systems and have aliens come to earth? How do the answers to these questions mesh with Christianity?

Dear Theophilus,

In fall 2016, Steven Hawking, famous physicist and atheist, said that we have 1,000 years to leave earth and begin to spread among the stars or become extinct. According to an article published on Space.com: “Though only about a dozen potentially habitable exoplanets have been detected so far, scientists say the universe should be teeming with alien worlds that could support life. The Milky Way alone may host 60 billion such planets around faint red dwarf stars, a new estimate suggests.”

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