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Counter-Cult Christian Apologetics! Why are so Many Christians Confused about Cults and Pastors Neglecting the Word of God?

What is Counter-Cult Christian Apologetics? When Jehovah’s Witnesses come knock on your door do you know what to say or do you get turned into a pretzel? When Christians are asked what they believe about God, why the Bible is divinely inspired, what is special about who Jesus Christ is, “how come the majority of them don’t know how to answer?” Sadly many Christians and churches lack sound Bible teaching, discipleship classes and studies, and many Christians are not equipped on how to effectively witness to Jehovah’s Witnesses, Latter Day Saints (Mormons), Muslim’s, atheists, etc. Continue reading

How to Witness to Atheist’s with Grace and Truth

Do you struggle when talking with atheist’s about your faith, Jesus, the Bible, the Gospel, etc? Sometimes it can be a challenge with witnessing to atheist’s, and how to share the faith with each person is not always the same. Not all atheists are like Richard Dawkins, but all atheists are like Richard Dawkins in … Continue reading

Do’s and Don’ts on How to Witness to Mormons and Mormon Missionaries

There are do’s and don’ts when witnessing to Mormon Missionaries and Mormons. Are Mormons Christians? Mormons believe they are Christians, but sadly Mormons are not Christians. Many Christians do not know how to witness to Mormons. It is the call of a Christian to witness to Mormons and share the gospel message on how to … Continue reading

Calvinism Dismantled? Day of Atonement and the doctrine of Limited Atonement

Have you ever heard a Calvinist/Reformer state that God is not a Saviour that fails?  Or a Calvinist/Reformer ask did Christ die for all the lost people in hell?  They state that if Jesus died for all and since all are not saved then Jesus must of have failed…etc.  I have heard these statements and … Continue reading

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