Tag Archives: religion

Don’t Miss List: Resurrection Sunday

Happy Easter everyone! I hope you wake up today and are reminded, yet again, that Jesus is alive! He is our continuing and eternal hope of salvation, thanks to his resurrection from the dead. Hallelujah! Mark 16: 1-8  When the … Continue reading

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Video: Do All Religions Lead to God?

Apologia Studies tackles one of the biggest theological questions in just six minutes: Do all religions lead to God?

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Is There Evidence That Christianity is True? (Video)

While we can’t go back in time and be eyewitnesses to the historical events, whether they be the creation of the world, the exodus from Egypt, or the resurrection of Christ, I do not believe that the Christian faith is … Continue reading

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“The True Gospel”

“The true gospel is an announcement that Jesus Christ lived, and died and rose again to make a perfect, once for all, atonement for sin and thereby purchase full justification and a right standing before God for everyone who trusts … Continue reading

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Living like the new self

I’m back in Ephesians again this week in my regular Bible reading. I love the description of  new life in Christ found in Chapter 4 and 5, and am greatly convicted at the same time. How often I sin in … Continue reading

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Thinking Biblically about Race and Class from the book of Acts

My church has been studying the book of Acts verse-by-verse for months now. We finally wrapped up Acts 11 today, and I was extremely grateful that my pastor has been pointing out how both Acts 10 and 11 condemn racism … Continue reading

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What the Resurrection Means for Your Life Today

Today is the day Christians mark as Resurrection Sunday, in the belief that Jesus was raised from the dead after his crucifixion, death and burial. We affirm, as the Scriptures tells us, that God raised Jesus from the dead as … Continue reading

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Are We Really Saved?

My heart is heavy today, because I’ve been considering the matter of salvation. I’ve thought of people I’ve met or conversed with through the years who believe they know God, yet there is little proof of it to see. They … Continue reading

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Two Helpful and Biblical Responses To the Question: Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God?

This question has been discussed by many people in the wake of recent suspension of a Wheaton professor. Here are two great biblical responses I’ve found. First, from Rev. Al Mohler and the second, from apologist Dr. James White.

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Persecution Updates: India

My latest news story for Worldmag.com, focuses on Hindu extremism and persecution of Christians in India, and what the latest census shows about religious demographics there.

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