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Jesus in the Tabernacle : The Holy of Holies

This is the last post in the Jesus in the Tabernacle series. Introduction So far in this tabernacle series we have looked at the Outer court and the Holy place. The outer court, with the brazen altar and laver, spoke

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Jesus in the Tabernacle : The Holy Place

Introduction In the last post we looked at the outer court which contained the brazen altar and the brazen laver. It was bronze, bronze, bronze where ever we looked! Well, it’s time to leave the outer court behind, with its

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Jesus in the Tabernacle : The Outer Court

Introduction We saw in the previous post that the tabernacle was split into three different areas – the outer court, the holy place and the holy of holies. The three areas, as we saw speak of different aspects of salvation

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Jesus In the Tabernacle : Series Overview

This is the first post of a new series I am starting on Jesus in the Tabernacle. The Tabernacle’s 1st Mention: “Then the LORD spoke to Moses, saying, “Tell the sons of Israel to raise a contribution for Me; from

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Letter to An Aspiring Christian Apologist | J Warner Wallace

I don’t have the experience, knowledge or broad understanding that J Warner Wallace possesses but I can recognize sound biblical advice when I see it. Every Christian should be a Christian Case Maker, regardless of how unprepared we may think

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Textual Criticism and Reliability of the Bible

One of the most common criticisms of the Bible is that due to the dates of the original documents and the numerous copies and translations that have made of them, that what we have now is corrupted and we have

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Posted in Apologetics, Dead Sea Scrolls, Defending Christianity, New Testament, Old Testament

Three Ultimate Questions

There are, to my way of thinking, ultimately three questions that every person, realistically needs to sooner or later deal with. Is there a Creator of all that we see? Has the Creator spoken to us? Do I really want

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Posted in Apologetics, Defending Christianity, Evolution, Faith, Intelligent Design

The Gospel of John

This full length movie is free to watch on YouTube. An epic in the spirit of “The Passion of the Christ”, this widely acclaimed motion picture is a meticulous recreation of the turbulent era of Jesus and the events that

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Two Scientific and the Moral Argument

 

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Holy and Blameless

If you are like me, and the reality of the Christian walk being what it is, I’m thinking that you are, we all still fight the battle of overcoming sin in our lives. And it is a real battle, that

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Not Seen and Yet Have Believed

John 20: 24-29 NIV   “Now Thomas (also known as Didymus), one of the Twelve, was not with the disciples when Jesus came. So the other disciples told him, “We have seen the Lord!” But he said to them, “Unless I

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Peer Pressure: A Christian Stumbling Block

Within Christianity there can be a number of perceived stumbling blocks that stops people from taking an honest look at the claims of Christianity. Obviously a single post is not going to be able to identify all of them nor

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How Close is God?

God blesses me an awful lot. Sometimes just little things that He does that draws my heart closer to Him. And He asks so little in return. Just to acknowledge that I need Him, that I trust Him, and that

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Perseverance — Unshakable Hope

If you don’t know Bill Sweeney and his wife Mary, you should. It’s Bill’s 58th birthday today, which in itself is an amazing accomplishment for both Bill and Mary and it goes without saying, to our gracious and sustaining Lord.

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What Makes Christianity Unique?

Did you know that there are approximately 4200 religions in the world? These can be categorized into several main religions. These include Christianity, Roman Catholicism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Judaism, although Roman Catholicism is often categorized under Christianity. There are

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A Strong Delusion

2 Thessalonians 2:9-15 NIV “The coming of the lawless one will be in accordance with how Satan works. He will use all sorts of displays of power through signs and wonders that serve the lie, and all the ways that

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Clarity

I’ve been reading and thinking on God’s Word a fair bit in the last little while. I’ve been trying to keep all the various things that cross my path in perspective with God’s will and purpose and witnessing Him do

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America, Trust Not in Princes | Michael Horton

This is a WordPress repost of an excellent article originally authored by Michael Horton on the corechristianity.com website. Michael reminds us of the folly of trusting in the princes of this earth. It is indeed a timely post. I hope

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The Loss of Credibility of the Roman Catholic Church and the Theological Issues at Stake |Leonardo De Chirico

This is a WordPress repost of an excellent article authored by Leonardo De Chirico on his vaticanfiles.org website. I don’t ordinarily post articles that focus on the shortfalls of the Roman Catholic Church for a number of reasons of which

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Posted in Apologetics, Christian History, Defending Christianity, Religion

Conflict Within the Kingdom

Mark 3:24-25 NIV “If a kingdom is divided against itself, that kingdom cannot stand. If a house is divided against itself, that house cannot stand. ” I’m 73 years old and I don’t recall, in my lifetime, ever seeing a

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