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<p>It's no surprise that abortion is widely accepted in America, to our shame. But now, many college students are being taught that it's not only okay to murder a baby in the womb, it's also okay to murder them outside the womb, even up to age 5. This is infanticide, and it's being accepted by many college students today.</p>
<p>How does an Internet ministry measure success? As the director of Verse By Verse Ministry International, I ask this question everyday. Ministries often consult varies financial and operational measures, but we prefer a better, biblical measure...</p>
The traditional teaching within the church is that Jesus was crucified on a Friday, and churches commonly observe the Friday before Easter Sunday as the day of Jesus' death, but a Friday observance is a matter of church tradition rather than bibli...
<p>A friend of mine recently shared an astounding fact. Ninety percent of children who grow up in evangelical homes make a decision to follow Christ, yet only 22% of that group are still following Christ by age 35. I had to check this out...</p>
There is no prohibition in scripture against Christians drinking alcohol. On the contrary, numerous references in the New Testament reflect that drinking wine was a part of everyday life for Jesus and the disciples (as it was for all men). As most...
"Melchizedek" comes from two Hebrew words (melek, king and tzedeq, righteous) and can be literally understood as "my king is righteous." This is likely a title rather than a name. Melchizedek is mentioned only three places in Scripture: Genesis 14...
<p>Can a message of God's power coexist in harmony with testimonies to human achievement? Some might argue that the medium is the message, and so when the BIble is dressed up in modern technology, we're in danger of substituting style for substance.</p>
<p>When churches hire staff to perform even the most basic duties of the church, they eliminate the need for church members to lift a finger in the operations of the church. As that church grows, more and more of the basic operations of the church will be outsourced rather than placed on the shoulders of the congregation. Not only has the church outsourced the work, it has also outsourced the opportunity for sanctification within the body of believers.</p>
<p>Reflecting on the first VBVMI annual conference, and seeing the body of Christ at work together for the glory of the Father.</p>
<p>In May 2013, the new pope Francis “infallibly” declared, “[God] has redeemed all of us, all of us, with the Blood of Christ: all of us, not just Catholics. Everyone! Even the atheists. Everyone!” But is this really true? Have atheists been redeemed?</p>
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