“We call on all opposing sides for a dialogue because there is no other alternative to violence,” the letter says.
“Only an ability to hear the other side can give us hope to get out of the abyss our countries were thrown into several days ago. Let yourself and us all enter the Easter Lent in the spirit of faith and love. Stop the war.” Continue reading “Peacemakers”
15 Do you not know that your bodies are parts of Christ? Shall I then take away the parts of Christ and make them parts of a prostitute [or harlot]? Far from it! 16 Or do you not know that the one who joins … Continue reading Our Body is a Temple, so keep it clean!
In the first centuries immediately following Jesus’ death, there was a flurry of finger-pointing and anti-Jewish sentiment in the burgeoning Christian community. It appears that some of the early copyists chose to omit this passage as it freed the Jewish people of exclusive culpability for Christ’s death. Continue reading “Father, forgive them…”
Alongside believing in the glory of God and the good news of Jesus Christ, all believers have been commissioned or charged to tell others about Him. Continue reading The Great Commission to Believers
What does it mean that God is Omnipotent, Omniscient, Omnipresent and Omnibenevolent? Continue reading God is “Omni” everything, so why were WE created?
I’m sure the title of this post is bound to draw a variety of responses, some less than favourable. However, I want to assure you’ll that I’m by no means a “Christmas Grinch”. I’m simply curious how Jesus Christ, the all living Son of the One True God, has been slighted out of His own birthday celebration through the promotion of a fat bearded fiction from the North Pole. Continue reading Santa Clause, a Spurious Idol
“Sun, stand still at Gibeon,
And moon, at the Valley of Aijalon!”
So the sun stood still, and the moon stopped, until the nation avenged themselves of their enemies Continue reading The sun stood still, and the moon stopped
Abram considered Melchizedek to be the first high priest of God, Jehovah, and it’s clear that the unknown author of Hebrews saw a parallel between the eternal priesthood of Melchizedek with that of Jesus Christ through King David. Continue reading The Undying Priesthood
“…whoever blasphemes against the Holy Spirit never has forgiveness, but is guilty of an eternal sin” Continue reading Feeling Unforgivable?
Paul acknowledged that although he’s saved, sin continued to live within him. Take note, he isn’t excusing Christians of sin. Instead, he’s reminding us that even though we will continue to sin, our true identity isn’t determined or found in our actions. Continue reading Free from the Law, bound to Christ