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  There are five Gospels. Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and the Christian, and some people will never read the first four. – Gypsy Smith Share | Do you find these posts helpful and informative? Please CLICK HERE to leave...

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The Apologist’s First Question

  The Apologist’s First Question by Ravi Zacharias I have little doubt that the single greatest obstacle to the impact of the Gospel has not been its inability to provide answers, but the failure on our part to live it out....

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Apologetics – a deeper meaning

  Apologetics – a deeper meaning by Shelby Cade No one debates the definition of apologetics.  Apologetics come from the Greek, apologia, meaning to give a reasoned defense for Christianity. The classic verse...

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  I went to a psychologist friend and said if 500 people claimed to see Jesus after he died, it was just a hallucination. He said hallucinations are an individual event. If 500 people have the same hallucination,...

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Of Legacies and New Year’s Resolutions

  Of Legacies and New Year’s Resolutions by Dr. Charles Betters I have mixed feelings about making New Year’s resolutions. In the first place, I’m not certain that it’s a Biblical concept. The Holy...

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Who Is Truly Free?

  Who Is Truly Free? by Sean McDowell One of the quickest ways to find out if someone is secular or Christian in their thinking is to ask how they define freedom. I often ask this to my students and the typical answer is,...

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How Brittle Are Your Christian Beliefs?

  How Brittle Are Your Christian Beliefs? by Bill Pratt Agnostic New Testament scholar Bart Ehrman wrote in his book, Misquoting Jesus, that his Christian beliefs began to fall apart when he realized that there was a...

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           The Bible was inscribed over a period of 2000 years In times of war and in days of peace By kings, physicians, tax collectors, farmers Fishermen, singers and shepherds...

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The Scriptural Chain of Custody

  The Scriptural Chain of Custody Why Should We Trust It? Every day, in courtrooms across America, evidence is introduced to make cases of one kind or another. Juries have to assess this evidence and decide for themselves...

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