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What Is Sin? What Is a Sinner?

Exactly what is sin? To be honest, today it is difficult to know anymore. Just a few decades ago most Christians and even non-Christians would likely mention the “seven deadly sins”: lust, gluttony, greed, sloth. wrath, envy, and pride. However,... Continue Reading →


What Do We Learn From the Baptisms in the Book of Acts?

We will look into baptism in the book of Acts, together with related questions: (1) Baptism in the book of Acts, (2) being baptized into Christ, (3) baptism and salvation, and (4) a summary of baptism in the book of Acts. Continue Reading →

What Does the Bible Really Teach about God Changing His Mind?

The Bible says of God, “... with whom there is no variation or shifting shadow.” And reassuringly, God himself said: “For I, Jehovah, do not change” (James 1:17; Malachi 3:6, UASV) We have all met humans that are hard to... Continue Reading →

Are You Faithful in All Things?

Faithfulness is a quality or attribute applied in the Scripture to both God and man. This article is limited to the consideration of the Scripture teaching concerning the meaning of faithfulness in its application to God. Faithfulness is one of... Continue Reading →

The Unchangeableness or Immutability of God

The unchangeableness or immutability of God is that divine attribute which expresses the truth that in His nature and perfections, in His knowledge, will, and purpose, He always remains the same in the fullness of His infinite and perfect Being;... Continue Reading →

ETERNAL LIFE IN THE OLD TESTAMENT: Men of faith who “walked with God,” such as Noah, Enoch, and Job

Let us begin with a brief overview of the book of like because there is little doubt that Abel, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Sarah, Rahab, Ruth, Esther, and other Old Testament persons are written in the book of life. Book of... Continue Reading →

The Other Conversation God Had with Adam

It should be noted that the conversation at the end is fiction. It is an attempt at sarcastic humor to emphasize a point that is actually biblically true. What comes before is merely leading you to the conversation. What if... Continue Reading →

JOHN CALVIN: The Fruit of the Poisonous Tree

What exactly is the Fruit of the Poisonous Tree? Fruit of the poisonous tree is a legal metaphor in the United States used to describe evidence that is obtained illegally. The logic of the terminology is that if the source... Continue Reading →

Escape From a Different Kind of Slavery

Many Christians Are a Slave of a Different Sort. They are Slaves of Biblical Illiteracy How often do Christians read their Bibles? 19% - Every day, 26% - A few times a week, 14% - Once a week, 22% - At least once a... Continue Reading →

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