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Category Archive: Word of God

Studies regarding the Word of God

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 08 2012

Do Christians have to attend church?

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Do Christians have to attend church regularly according to the Bible? Although there is no direct, specific command in the New Testament that Christians must attend formal services in a church building, we have many strong examples from Jesus and the apostles. It was customary for Jesus and His apostles to attend Sabbath services at …

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Aug 07 2012

Should Christians Shun Homosexuals?

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There’s been a lot of talk and news reports over the recent controversy with respect to Chick-fil-A’s president public opposition to homosexual marriage. The controversy is not a new one and it won’t be the last time. It is said that Christians are not tolerant towards homosexuals. I looked up the word tolerance to ensure …

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Aug 01 2012

God’s View of Sin

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Some people confuse different sins as more acceptable than other sins. In fact, the Catholic church makes that distinction with “mortal sin” (really bad) as opposed to “venial sin” (not so bad). While Protestants don’t make that distinction in their theology, many hold to that view even if subconsciously. It would be helpful to understand …

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Jul 21 2012

Jewish atheist to Christian believer, a testimony to Jesus Christ

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At my current age, I’ve lived about half my life as a Jewish atheist and half as a Christian believer.  This post is a testimony to the power and love of Jesus Christ. I was born in Argentina, and my family moved to the United States when I was seven years old.  It was quite …

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