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Monthly Archive: August 2012

Aug 31 2012

Do Christians Worship the Same God as Other Religions?

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Often we hear that Christians and other groups such as Mormons, Jews, Jehovah Witnesses or other faith groups worship the same God as Christians. Other faith groups use the same terminology as Christians and while their beliefs are vastly different from Orthodox Christianity, are they worshiping the same God as Christians? To answer this question, …

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Aug 29 2012

Judgment – Christians and Non-Christians

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The Bible speaks about the judgment of non-believers AND believers (Christians) (Hebrews 9:27). Many times, there is confusion or a lack of understanding on how Christians will be judged and even confuse the scriptures speaking about the judgment of the unsaved. It would be helpful to define who a Christian is for it is Christians …

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Aug 28 2012

Paul’s thorn in the flesh?

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There has been a lot of guessing and speculation as regards Paul’s thorn in the flesh.  A great amount of Christian energy has been spent  writing, debating, and arguing over the exact nature of Paul’s thorn. Since Paul described his thorn as being “in the flesh”, the general consensus and belief among speculators is that …

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Aug 19 2012

When Kindness is Unkind

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J.R. Miller, published 1913 The demand today is that all things should be made easy. It is so in homes. Nothing must be hard for children. They must be tenderly nurtured. Their burdens must not be made too heavy. Their tasks must not be made too exacting. Their wishes must never be refused. Even their …

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Aug 16 2012

Held responsible for Original Sin?

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  It can be difficult for us to understand, and on the surface seems unjust, that God would hold us personally responsible for the original sin committed by Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden thousands of years ago. After all, we were not even there when it happened, so why hold us responsible? …

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