Interpretation Of Blaspheming the Holy Spirit

Interpretation Of Blaspheming the Holy Spirit You can read part 1 on the Unpardonable Sin and Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit So what exactly is Jesus meaning when He talks about someone who is directly “blaspheming” the Holy Spirit? 1.  The word “blaspheme” in Webster’s Dictionary means to “speak irreverently or profanely of or to God, to curse or […]

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Biblical Test For Listening To Christian Music

How Christians Can Choose the Right Music 7 Biblical Steps To Consider The issue of music in Christendom is a controversial one, which needs to be approached with caution, as people have different views about what kind of music Christians should listen to. While some people believe that Christians should strictly choose the music to […]

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5 Reasons Why Some Christians Behave Badly

5 Reasons Why Some Christians Behave Badly Part 1 of Why Some Christian Behave Badly 1. They Have Not Established a True, Good, Personal Relationship With the Lord The first major thing that will jump out at you when you study the Bible from cover to cover is that God is calling each man and […]

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Will the Unreached Go to Hell If They Have No Human Missionary?

Will the Unreached Go to Hell If They Have No Human Missionary? Cornelius was a Gentile, one who was outside of God’s people (the Jews). Although he was a God-fearer, he was unsaved.Even after Peter preached the gospel to Cornelius, Peter himself had to answer for why he was even associating with a Gentile (cf. […]

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Is General Revelation Sufficient for Salvation?, Pt. 1

Is General Revelation Sufficient for Salvation?, Pt. 1 Inclusivists believe that one can be saved through Christianity as well as other faiths. Ask an inclusivist about his or her belief that one can be saved through other faiths, and he or she will tell you that salvation is possible in other religions because of general […]

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What is Inclusivism?

What is Inclusivism? Inclusivism is a view that includes all religions in God’s plan of salvation. Inclusivism is “inclusive” (hence the name) of all religions in salvation and says that a person can be saved regardless of his or her faith and/or religious practice. Both a Buddhist and Hindu can be saved in this view […]

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Does the Bible Support the Doctrine of the Trinity?

Does the Bible Support The Doctrine of the Trinity? If you look within the Bible, you will not find the word “trinity” located within it, not even once. This does not mean, however, that the notion of the Trinity is not located within the Holy Scriptures. There are a number of verses that tell us […]

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Is Faith A Work?

Did Jesus Die for All Men, or the Elect?, Pt. 2: Is Faith A Work? Ephesians 2:8-9, as I mentioned in Pt. 1 of this series, is used by Calvinists to say that those who believe in human responsibility in faith are those who advocate “works salvation.” Ephesians 2:8-9, which will guide this discussion, reads […]

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Did Jesus Die for All Men, or only the Elect Only?

Q: Did Jesus Die for All Men, or the Elect Only?, Pt. 1: The Meaning of “World” (John 3:16) A: This is a question that you may have heard before from theologians and Bible scholars. You may have never even believed in a group of people known as the elect, but the term is not […]

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How Can A Loving God Send Someone To Hell

How Can A Loving God Send Someone To Hell Many sceptics and atheists target the very idea that since God is both loving and good, there would be no such reason that He can endure watching people swimming in the lake of fire forever. Since God is forgiving, merciful, gracious, loving and good, it would […]

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Following The Great Commission

Are You Following The Great Commission? A Story That Just May Bring All Of Us Out of Our Comfort Zone Found in Matthew 28, the Great Commission is a passage that tells us of Jesus’ last words to his followers. In short, his last, great commandment to his followers then, and to us now, is […]

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Why Jesus Had to Specifically Go Through a Crucifixion

Why Jesus Had to Specifically Go Through a Crucifixion The big argument that liberals are using to try and downplay the importance of the crucifixion is that they simply cannot believe that God the Father could possibly send down His one and only begotten Son to die in such a horrible and brutal fashion. They […]

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God Desires All To Be Saved

Does God Desires All To Be Saved Being a God of love and people also see a God of wrath from the Old testament, many Christian circles often debate whether Christ wants everyone to be saved. There’s no denying that anyone who comes to the Lord through Jesus is automatically saved. However, are there special […]

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How To Forgive People Who Have Wronged You

How To Forgive People Who Have Wronged You The subject of forgiveness is quite touchy. Most of the time, it is fairly subjective. People have their own thoughts about when is the best time to forgive someone or if someone is even worth forgiving or not depending on their actions. Almost all of us have […]

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Are Christians Allowed to Curse Their Enemies?

Are Christians Allowed to Curse Their Enemies? We just recently received an email from one of our readers. The question she had asked us was whether or not we as Christians could curse someone else for something wrong they were doing to us. The reason she was asking this question was due to something she […]

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Can a Person Be Saved After Their Death

Can A Person Be Saved After Their Death? This article was written on the day that  Rob Bell and his very controversial book titled, “Love Wins” came out on the market. For those of you who do not know about Rob Bell, he is a Christian pastor from Michigan who is trying to say that […]

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