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What importance does belief in a young earth have for Christianity?

Just as we are on many issues, Christians are divided on whether or not the Earth is billions of years old (Old Earth) or just thousands of years old (Young Earth). It is rare for Christians of either camp on this issue to share the same stage if there are conferences and/or forums that deal… Continue reading What importance does belief in a young earth have for Christianity?

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Are you fulfilling godly prophecies made about you?

Prophecies are a wonderful gift from God if they are shared correctly and taken to heart with the right spirit. Sometimes we overlook the fact that some prophecies are unconditional while others are conditional. When a prophecy is unconditional, it means that it will eventually come to pass either because God wants it that way… Continue reading Are you fulfilling godly prophecies made about you?

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Prominent evangelicals, seduced by the great whore, continue to cover for her

Nowadays it seems that Christendom has striking parallels to the secular world. In the secular world, if you wish to rise to prominence, it is almost certain that you must show allegiance to one of the Vatican’s many associations–whether it be Freemasons, Bilderberg, Skull & Bones, etc. in the political arena or the Masonic Illuminati… Continue reading Prominent evangelicals, seduced by the great whore, continue to cover for her

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If you see something, say something: can we just live in Christ & not say it?

Is it really all that important to share the gospel with words? Or is it more effective if we just live out the Christian life in front of our peers without saying a word about the gospel? That was a question recently thrown out by a DJ on a Christian music radio station. In response,… Continue reading If you see something, say something: can we just live in Christ & not say it?

atheism · Christianity · religion

Just because an argument SEEMS to be true doesn’t mean it IS true

Cold-case detective J. Warner Wallace gives his take on what he has witnessed among young people from Christian homes when they are exposed to alternative, opposing arguments to the truth of Christianity. He compares atheists to attorneys presenting their case before a judge and jury. Here’s an excerpt: ‘I’m sometimes surprised to see how quickly… Continue reading Just because an argument SEEMS to be true doesn’t mean it IS true

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Desperate measures: how BRICS build black market over legal market

Our world is full of so many tangled webs to deceive, it can make your head spin. This is one reason why it pays to remind ourselves as Christians that we are dead, spiritually speaking, to the corrupt ways of this world. Paul stated this eloquently in Colossians 3:1-3– If ye then be risen with… Continue reading Desperate measures: how BRICS build black market over legal market

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What does it mean to rule your own spirit?

Although God never intended for us to be reclusive hermits who build walls to shut everything and everyone out, walls can have a positive purpose if they are built up with godly wisdom. When it comes to the wall of self-control for the sake of protecting our spirits and ruling them well for God’s glory,… Continue reading What does it mean to rule your own spirit?