Monthly Archives: September 2019

7th Century BC Stamp Bearing Name of King David’s Son Unearthed in Jerusalem | i24NEWS

The less than half-an-inch sealing was uncovered by an Israeli teen volunteer at City of David excavation site A minute stamp seal from 2,600 years ago bearing the name of King David’s son was recently found in an excavation site

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Understanding Our Roles in Marriage — The Light Breaks Through

Do we understand our roles in marriage? It is funny how God prepares you for life. I remember my last year at graduate school. It was before my first call to serve Berea in Detroit. I wrote my first published

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Why Bible Translation Is So Important — Rational Christian Discernment

The Bible is one of the oldest and most popular books of all time. But is it just a book, or is it much more?We believe that the Bible is God’s Word to us — something that everyone should be

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It Doesn’t Make Sense | Jon Bloom

This is a WordPress repost of an excellent article authored by Jon Bloom from desiringgod.org which is both timely and probably one of the best articles that I’ve encountered with regard to understanding instances of evil and despair within the

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In Memory of Nabeel Qureshi

It’s hard to believe that two years have gone by since Nabeel went to be with our Lord. This is the post that I posted on his passing two years ago today. I never had the pleasure of meeting Nabeel

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Did The Historical Jesus Rise From The Dead? | Luke Nix

The following excellent post was authored by Luke Nix and it is probably one of the best relatively short but highly detailed overviews that identifies and discusses some of the most common skepticism facing the resurrection of Jesus Christ that I

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The Messiah Revealed | Sam Shamoun

This is an excellent study hosted by the Jesus Plus Nothing website on Jesus the Messiah. There are few topics, if any, that are more important than this reality. It is an in depth study that every Christian needs to

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Posted in Apologetics, Faith, New Testament, Old Testament

This Sunday at Church: Encourage Your Pastors — The Domain for Truth

This Sunday at Church I want to encourage you to do the following: Encourage Your Pastors. via This Sunday at Church: Encourage Your Pastors — The Domain for Truth

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Why Faith?

It would appear, that as of late, I have been going through a trial of sorts, to which I have little understanding. A series of sometimes associated and sometimes non-associated happenings that culminate in an overall situation where I am

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Is the Jesus of History the Jesus of Faith? | Ted Wright

IS THE JESUS OF HISTORY THE JESUS OF FAITH? HISTORY & ARCHAEOLOGY SAY YES! Jesus mythicists can best be described as people who are “highly skeptical” if not completely doubtful that Jesus Christ ever existed. Of course, most of what

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What Does the Special Revelation of the Bible Say About the Nature of Satan? | J Warner Wallace

If you haven’t already subscribed to coldcasechristianity.com, please do so, you just can’t go wrong with Jim’s outstanding evidential Apologetics of the Christian faith. J. Warner Wallace is a Dateline featured cold-case homicide detective, popular national speaker and best-selling author. He

Posted in Apologetics, Faith

Co-hosting AfterThought Podcast on Bible Contradictions — The Domain for Truth

I’m excited to share this! Lauren of Afterthought podcast have posted her latest episode over at her blog: AfterThought Episode 16 – Pastor Jim Co-Hosts: What About Contradictions? She invited me to be on her to show to talk about

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Wee Bit of a Storm Coming . . .

Looks like we’re in for a wee bit of a storm tonight with hurricane Dorian here in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on Saturday, Sept 7th, with major power outages anticipated so if you don’t see me online for awhile, not to

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Loving The God Who Loves Me — Diary of a Broken Man

I am a man who loves God. I think anybody who knows me probably knows that about me. I am not the best Christian. I am not the holiest. I am not the most knowledgeable or most well-spoken. But I

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Phrase and Syntax Search for the Layperson

eRhema’s primary goal is to provide a free tool that enables the layperson to explore the Bible in its original languages. While Bible translations are indispensable, meanings are inevitably lost even in the finest translations. Ideally, every serious student of

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The Things That Jesus Said

I know that Jesus healed people and that He could feed thousands with next to nothing in available food, that He could walk on water and command the seas and winds to be still. And I know that these things

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I Don’t Need to Understand

I hate it, that silence, that seeming void. Then couple that with higher than normal stressful demands and my very prevalent awareness of the limitations of this aging body plus increased personal distresses of the heart. Sometimes it just seems

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In Case You Missed It – Holy Holy Holy Lord God Almighty

Over 44 million views, worship our Lord . . . .  

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This Sunday at Church: Pick Someone up for Church — The Domain for Truth

This Sunday at Church I want to encourage you to do the following: Pick Someone up for Church. via This Sunday at Church: Pick Someone up for Church — The Domain for Truth

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