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The Evidence for the Inerrancy of the Bible and Proof for the Divine Inspiration of the New Testament

The Bible is composed of the Old and New Testament, contains 66 books, written by over 40 authors, over a time frame of 1500 years, on 3 different continents, inspired by God written by men.[1]  The Old Testament is the first testament of the Bible, which contains the Law, the Prophets, and the Writings.[2]  The New Testament … Continue reading

Why is Resurrection Sunday the Most Important Message for the World?

Resurrection Sunday is a day that is celebrated by Christians all around the world, which is about Jesus Christ who rose from the dead 3 days after He gave His life as an atonement for sin upon the cross. This day, called also Easter (though has controversy on that), is the most important day for … Continue reading

Are You Being Deceived by the Doctrine of Antichrists?

Since the early church people have been confused about who is Jesus Christ and why does that matter?  Christians need to be careful of antichrists who lead people astray and teach false doctrines, and these antichrists are within churches, fellowships, denominations.  In 1 John 2:18-24 there were relevant dangers that threatened the early church and … Continue reading

Roman Catholicism’s Gospel: What do Roman Catholics Believe

Discussing the Roman Catholic Church is a complex subject.  What do Romans Catholics believe? As far as history is concerned Roman Catholicism has always taught the Tri-Unity of God being the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.  Along with the Trinity being consistent the Roman Catholic Church teaches that Jesus is the Christ, the Messiah, the … Continue reading

Roman Catholicism’s Gospel: Is it true or is it false?

Discussing the Roman Catholic Church is a complex subject.  What do Romans Catholics believe? As far as history is concerned Roman Catholicism has always taught the Tri-Unity of God being the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.  Along with the Trinity being consistent the Roman Catholic Church teaches that Jesus is the Christ, the Messiah, the … Continue reading

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