The First Interview With Christ

John 1:35–42 There stood a mighty Prophet; there was the predicted character of the Lord’s Servant; there was a peerless One. The good news proclaimed by John the Baptist was true. The Christ had indeed come. May we not pause here to consider what this means with reference to our methods of work for Christ?

First-Century Christians to the End of the Earth

At Pentecost 33 C.E.,* there were 120 disciples in the upper room that received Holy Spirit. Within 100 years, the apostles, especially the apostle Paul and those early Christians grew Christianity from 120 disciples to over one million Christians, * B.C.E. means “before the Common Era,” which is more accurate than B.C. (“before Christ”). C.E. denotes... Continue Reading →

How Do We Know That the Miracles in the Bible Really Happened?

How important are miracles in the Bible, yet do all people believe that they really happened? “Miracles, by definition, violate the principles of science.”—RICHARD DAWKINS. “Belief in miracles is entirely rational. Far from being an embarrassment to religious faith, they are signs of God’s love for, and continuing involvement in, creation.”—ROBERT A. LARMER, PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY. SHOULD YOU believe in miracles? As we can see from the above quotations, opinions vary considerably. But how could you convincingly answer that question?

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