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  • A Flash In The Pan  By:   Curt Klingerman
    How does one become "a flash in the pan," and how do you avoid it?
    In Category - Bible Studies
  • Free Will? Liberal Christianity. Punished for Sins We Commit After We Become Christians? Tertullian and the Montanists, Part 3  By:   Karl Kemp
    The early Christian Fathers did not have problems dealing with the sins that were committed before the people became Christians, but many of them had a very serious problem dealing with the sins of Christians, especially sins like murder, adultery, or apostasy. Some came up with ideas like the church cannot forgive such sins, and many said that such sins can only be forgiven once, and widespread ideas like God must punish us for such sins because His honor has been defamed and His justice requires it.
    In Category - Bible Studies
  • Christianity Is All about Being Saved from Hell by the Cross of Christ  By:   Max Aplin
    There are huge numbers of people who seem to think that Christianity is a religion that is essentially about treating people well, motivated in part by the fact that Jesus treated people well. Doing good to people is important, but this is only a small part of what the Christian faith is all about. In reality, the heart of Christianity is about being saved from hell by the cross of Jesus.
    In Category - Christianity
  • Free Will? Liberal Christianity. Punished for Sins We Commit After We Become Christians? Tertullian and the Montanists, Part 2  By:   Karl Kemp
    We discuss Augustine and the Calvinists and Arminians here in Part 2. We also discuss Romans chapter 7, which is a passage that is very relevant to topic of righteousness, holiness, and victory over sin.
    In Category - Bible Studies
  • Why Do You Pray?  By:   Curt Klingerman
    Sometimes what is behind your prayer will determine how effective it is, especially as it pertains to your relationship with God.
    In Category - Bible Studies
  • Free Will? Liberal Christianity. Punished for Sins We Commit After We Become Christians? Tertullian and the Montanists, Part 1 (of 7 Parts)  By:   Karl Kemp
    We have limited freedom of the will after the fall; we are dependent on the saving, sanctifying grace of God in Christ to become Christians and to live as Christians. Three pages here in Part 1 of this paper are devoted to a discussion of liberal Christianity. Much of their teaching eliminates many, or most, of the foundational truths of Christianity presented in the Bible.
    In Category - Bible Studies
  • The Importance of Taking Account of Jewish Ways of Thinking and Speaking That Are Found in the Bible  By:   Max Aplin
    The biblical authors wrote with a thoroughly Jewish mindset, which often involved thinking and speaking about things in ways that were in a sense much less precise than we are used to in the modern West. This can be seen in how they used hyperbole, how they often did not mention that there would be exceptions to things, and how they modified their Old Testament quotations and their traditions about Jesus and the early church. Many of the problems that modern readers of the Bible feel when reading it can be solved by taking account of the authors’ ancient Jewish mindset.
    In Category - Basic Bible
  • The Nature Of Jesus (Part Two)  By:   Curt Klingerman
    Part two continues with three positions of Jesus that clearly stated in the Bible, which covers the Son of God, God the Son, and then ties all three together. This is a help in understanding the Trinity.
    In Category - Bible Studies
  • IDOLATRY?  By:   Eugene Lopatynsky
    Some very powerful religions hide or obscure the SECOND of the TEN COMMANDMENTS of God. Why is that? For once, let an ignorant author shut up, and let the Lord God speak : Exodus 20: 4-5.” Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any LIKENESS OF ANY THING that is IN HEAVEN ABOVE, OR THAT IS IN THE EARTH BENEATH, OR THAT IS IN THE WATER under the earth. . Thou shalt NOT BOW DOWN thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the Lord thy God am a jealous God…” 1 John 5:21 “Little children, keep yourselves from idols". What does God say about worshipping (reverencing is a play on words) St. Paul, or Angels, or Mary? What does God say about talking to the dead?
    In Category - Bible Studies
  • Faith in WHOM, Plus Nothing, for SALVATION?  By:   Eugene Lopatynsky
    Does faith in Christ PLUS someone/something else mean insufficient faith and void salvation? Why such opposition from powerful religions to the uniqueness of Christ? What is Satan’s main STRATEGY after the Global Flood? What is GOD’S STRATEGY after the Global Flood? Are there two different groups of “CHOSEN PEOPLE”, diametrically opposed to each other?
    In Category - Basic Bible
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