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Category Archive: Apologetics

The branch of theology concerned with the defense or proof of Christianity

Jul 18 2012

What does "The LORD says to my Lord" mean?

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A Psalm of David. The LORD says to my Lord: "Sit at my right hand, until I make your enemies your footstool." (Psalms 110:1) This verse is seen five times in scripture (Psalms 110:1, Matthew 22:44, Mark 12:36, Luke 20:42, Acts 2:34). The first occurrence is in Psalms 110:1. To understand the meaning or context …

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Feb 26 2012

Christian Terminology

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I was reading an article where an Indiana pastor did not like the word “saved” or “born again” to describe Christians.  He felt it was an “insider” term that can be uninviting or confusing to non-Christians or even can ostracize those that may be searching.  He states that he likes to “substitute the word ‘saved’ …

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Jul 01 2011

How Much Must We Believe?

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I was reading a Christian book recently about Christian beliefs. The author, a Pastor, shared a question that someone asked him about Christian beliefs. The question was “how much of the Bible do I have to believe and still be a Christian?” What a sad question. You see, this person wanted to be a Christian. …

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Feb 12 2010

Cain Married Who?

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That’s a question asked by many, Christians and non-Christians alike.  After all, we all know that marrying one’s sibling is forbidden and is taboo in societies all over the world.  God created two human beings, Adam and Eve.  All of us are descendants of Adam and Eve.  Adam and Eve’s children had to marry someone …

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Feb 08 2010

Hell Is Not Real?

Image by Denis Collette…!!! via Flickr I will never forget an account I read in a book a few years ago.  I honestly do not know if the account is true or not.  The account that I read took place during the Vietnam war.  A dying soldier asked a minister who cam to comfort him …

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