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Truth Be Told: That which Rightly Reflects. 2

What is truth? Although there may be as many answers to that query as there are people, that is not the case when it comes to Scripture. In the word of God, truth is not subjective. It is not the … Continue reading

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Assurance of Salvation: Peter’s Perspective

“There will be false teachers among you” (2 Pet 2:1) There are many points of entry into the realm of Truth, but Today, the dynamic Apostle Peter will be our guide. At one point, he justifies the content of his … Continue reading

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Essentials of Faith – The make-or-break lines of eternity

What is absolutely essential for Christian faith unto salvation? The essentials of the Christian faith are often cited as “core essentials”, but that can be misleading in that it suggests that only those doctrinal issues are fundamental requirements within Scripture … Continue reading

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Translation Trust: Believing what your Bible says (2 of 2)

Those who have delved into their storied past through identification of their historic family tree, have often unpacked shocking details, unexplained mysteries, and even notable names that likely graced the lips of highfalutin “gossipeers” in their day. Such notoriety exists … Continue reading

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Translation Trust: Believing what your Bible says (1 of 2)

Whether you prefer the NIV, KJV, or some other English translation of Scripture from the original languages, there is much disagreement regarding which version is the most reliable. Can you trust what your Bible version says? [This post has been … Continue reading

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Predestined For A Fight

Discussing Predestination is like throwing live ammo into a campfire. You’d better run for cover as fast as you can. Christian history is littered with wounded remains from all the conjecture surrounding what we believe about how God exercises his … Continue reading

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Pauline Theology and the Synagogue of Satan

Lines of great education can blur the truth revealed in Scripture, twisting the uniformity of the message into sectarian bias and even outright heresy. Perhaps that is why Jesus thanked the Father for not revealing the truth to those with … Continue reading

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A Loving God Wouldn’t Do That

According to a minister I heard recently, salvational grace has no limits because God is unlimited. That may sound logical, but it is not a biblical reason. Presumably this idea comes from a rendering of the protestant emphasis of “faith … Continue reading

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Essential Oil: Defining what is most important

Much is said; precious little is essential. (photographer) According to the theology of the apostle Paul, he was not interested in dwelling upon popular aberrations of religion. His ministry, his life, and his devotion prostrated itself only before “Christ and him crucified” … Continue reading

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Just Kick a Hole in the Wall

Is it not possible, when we come to a Y in the road, that the best route just may be off-trail? (photographer) Not all choices set before us are between good and evil, black and white. The options presented before … Continue reading

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