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  1. God and Time before Creation by Robert Hawes  
    "What was God doing in all that time before he created the world?" is a common question. This article answers it based on the available biblical evidence and what we understand of the nature of time.

  2. THE SPIRIT OF REPENTANCE by linzy bruno  
    "When Christ´s Blood was shed for all mankind, the need for blood sacrifice became obsolete, however........"

  3. The Justice and Mercy of God by Max Aplin  
    Deeply ingrained within us is a sense that just punishment and mercy are good things. The Bible portrays God justly punishing people and also showing mercy to people, and it is not a surprise that a good God would act in these ways. When God punishes, he does so with regrets, but when he shows mercy, he has no regrets.

  4. The Resurrection of Jesus and Probability by Max Aplin  
    There are those who argue that Jesus did not rise from the dead by appealing to probability. They claim that because we have such widespread experience of people who die remaining dead, the probability that Jesus rose from the dead has to be extremely small. In fact, this wrongly assumes that arguing from probability carries a fixed amount of weight regardless of what evidence there might be supporting the resurrection. Tangible evidence for Jesus´ resurrection severely weakens the argument from probability.

  5. Can You Lose Your Salvation? by lareina morgan  
    There is a thought in the body of Christ that it might be possible to lose your salvation, this articles gives some insight on that thought (or should I say, fear?)

  6. Two Things about Atheism That Everyone Should Consider by Max Aplin  
    Atheists like Richard Dawkins can often be heard claiming that religion makes good people do bad things. However, in recent history many of the worst atrocities have been committed by atheists, and the fear of God motivates huge numbers of people to do what is right. If the physical universe is all that exists, no human being could ever have made a choice differently than they did, which means that it is illogical to blame anyone for anything. But we have a deep sense that people really are to blame for the evils they commit.

  7. What Is the Christian Faith Really All About? by Max Aplin  
    There are many who think that the Christian faith is basically about treating people well, motivated in part by the fact that Jesus treated people well. Doing good to people is very important, but this is only a small part of what our faith is all about. In reality, the heart of Christianity is about being saved from sin and hell by the cross of Christ.

  8. Why Do We Get Angry at God? by Dinora Garza  
    Did you know that the hearts of believers and unbelievers shout to the world every day the truth of the Gospel?

  9. Did the Early Christians Really Approve of Slavery? by Max Aplin  
    Some non-Christians are put off the Christian faith by what they see as immoral attitudes in the early church towards slavery. Many Christians are also troubled by this issue. However, the persecution that the early Christians experienced made it unrealistic for them to speak out publicly against slavery or to try to reform society in this area. There is one sense in which being a slave is a positive thing: Christians are slaves of God and of Christ.

  10. Most People in Western Countries Completely Misunderstand What Human Beings Are by Max Aplin  
    God has supreme authority over us all. However, mainstream Western culture completely misunderstands the place of human beings in the world. This misunderstanding can be seen in attitudes to so-called ´human rights´.

  11. A Word Of Encouragement! by Dinora Garza  
    Do you know the Bible is true because someone told you so, or have you proven it yourself? There is a world of difference between the two!

  12. Are the Old Testament and New Testament Portraits of God Contradictory? by Max Aplin  
    There are many who say that God is portrayed in the Old Testament as a God of judgment and in the New Testament as a God of love, and that these portraits are contradictory. In fact, in both the OT and the NT God is portrayed on the one hand as a God of love, mercy and kindness, and on the other hand as a God of judgment and punishment. God´s mercy is not inconsistent with his judgment.

  13. The Bible, Science, and Pseudoscience by Robert Hawes  
    The Bible is not a science book. It was written to, and by, ancient peoples who didn't know even a fraction of what we know today, and it often employs poetic language that should not be interpreted literally or as some kind of scientific commentary.

  14. If A Dead Friend Warned Me Of Hell,I would Repent? by Stephen Vattimo  
    This article challenges the old statement, "Seeing is believing.

  15. A Very Strong Piece of Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus by Max Aplin  
    In 1 Corinthians 15:3-8 Paul makes a list of people who he says saw the risen Jesus. There are strong reasons for believing that these people really did claim to have seen Jesus after his death. It is highly implausible that many of them were lying. It is just as implausible that many of them were mistaken.

  16. National Geographic's Gender Revolution by Anthony Weber  
    How do we, as Christians, respond to the transgender issue, especially as it relates to children?

  17. Why I Am Pro-Life by Anthony Weber  
    It is more important than ever that we know how to give logical reasons for the pro-life position. In this article, I offer a defense from Scripture, biology and philosophy.

  18. Introduction to the Cosmological Argument by Benjamin Frasca  

  19. Scripture is Not a Salad Bar by Alan Allegra  
    Life may be like a box of chocolates, where you can pick and choose the pieces you like and not unwrap the others, but the Bible is not so. This book is not a salad bar, where you can mix and match the items you like and season it to taste. Moreover, unlike the spinach leaves and yellowing potato salad, the books of the Bible never wilt or go sour.

    Calvinists and Arminians always seem to be at odds with each other. This article gives a brief demonstration of why this is usually because Arminians often don't interpret Scripture in their full context.

  21. Should You answer a Fool or Not? by Robert Hawes  
    Proverbs 26:4 tells us not to answer a fool, but verse 5 tells us to answer him. Is this a contradiction, or is there a point may be missing?

    Is it actually possible to have the very gift of salvation which brings with it forgiveness and eternal life taken away? Can we lose it once we have it? Some say "yes." To those individuals I offer up these 12 questions.

  23. The Bride and Christ by Sue Darling  
    I had a beautiful vision of Christ holding out His hand to His Bride a few months before I became ill.

  24. The Deep Ancient Roots the Psalms Sprang From by Cate Russell-Cole  
    This researched article is based on archaeological research from a Christian perspective and looks at the similarities and differences between pagan and righteous worship of YHWH, pointing out how unique of God is.

  25. How David Compares to Other Near Eastern Kings by Cate Russell-Cole  
    This researched article examines how David was a righteous King who reflected the Laws of Moses, in comparison to the practices of contemporary and preceeding kings in Near Eastern culture. It looks at areas such as memorials such as stele and orthostats, temples, divine selection and titles.

  26. How YHWH is Unique: Differences Between Him and Mesopotamian Gods by Cate Russell-Cole  
    In studying the ancient history of the Near East, I found a number of profound differences between the Hebrew God YHWH and the pagan gods. These differences are discussed with examples which reinforce the validity of the Bible and God's character.

  27. What's So Unbelievable? by Marshall V Pierce  
    What is it about God you find so unbelievable?

    Poisonous doctrine is spewed from the pulpit, TV, internet, radio, and through books. The most dangerous heretical groups that have made inroads to Christianity are the Word of Faith and Prosperity groups. Time to reveal their teachers and teachings.

  29. The Two Beasts of Revelation 13:11-12 by Roy Francois  
    I once believed that the woman riding the scarlet colored beast and the beast itself to both represents the Church of Rome and the political system of Rome. But the more I considered it the more it seems to me that something was being left out of the equation. As I read the story of the women and the beast it seems to me that she and the beast are two separate and distinct entities.

    The Word of Faith and Prosperity movements within the Church are the biggest threat to Christianity. They have already made it in and are growing in popularity. It's time to expose the teachings and leadership. This is part 2 of a 2 part series.


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