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This Sunday at Church: Be Patient With Everyone — The Domain for Truth

This Sunday at Church I want to encourage you to do the following: Be Patient With Everyone. via This Sunday at Church: Be Patient With Everyone — The Domain for Truth

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Unanswered Questions I Still Have

Where there are some people being offended by what some Christians believe or say, and it consequently is labelled or identified as hate speech, how is it that when those who are offended by Christians, can then offend these same

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Video: The Importance of the Old Testament — EttingerWriting.com

Excellent video presentation by our good friend David, highly recommend! This teaching video explains why all Christians need to read the Old Testament. via Video: The Importance of the Old Testament — EttingerWriting.com

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James Tour: Origin of Life Lecture at The Ohio State University — THINKAPOLOGETICS.COM

Dr. James Tour is a very well respected synthetic organic chemist, who received his Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from Syracuse University, his Ph.D. in synthetic organic and organometallic chemistry from Purdue University, and postdoctoral training in synthetic organic

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Judging and Discernment

In the last three or four weeks I have had a small number of exchanges with other people that has led me to re-evaluate my approach with regard to the manner in which I articulate my exchanges with others on

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This Sunday at Church: Rejoice with those who Rejoice — The Domain for Truth

This Sunday at Church I want to encourage you to do the following: Be ready to rejoice with those who rejoice. via This Sunday at Church: Rejoice with those who Rejoice — The Domain for Truth

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Inviting Your Criticism !

Alrighty, I’m soliciting input! I am looking for honest and hopefully constructive criticism, that will enable me to reevaluate the content I am selecting and the manner in which I articulate the selected information I post for this blog. Bear

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Finding the Proper Balance

There are, within our Christian walk, a number of “challenges” or areas of interest or controversy that all of us eventually have to come to deal with, in one way or another. And I find, that these challenges that we

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God’s Way Versus My Way

Isaiah 55:8-9 NIV “For my thoughts are not your thoughts,     neither are your ways my ways,” declares the Lord. “As the heavens are higher than the earth,     so are my ways higher than your ways     and my thoughts than your thoughts.” I

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The Narrow Road and Gate

Matthew 7:13-14 NIV  “Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few

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It — THE RIVER WALK

This is from the devotional that I follow, there are darn few of us that can’t learn from this one. Read it, seriously consider and follow-up on the message . . . Our Bibles tend to be a bit more

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The Samaritan Related Dilemma

Most of us are familiar with the Biblical conflict that is associated between Samaria and Jerusalem, when the 12 tribes of  Israel divided into two kingdoms. The northern kingdom of Israel, established its capital first at Shechem, a revered site in Jewish history, and later

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Bridging the Gap

  Lately, I seem to have this desire to write about that which gets us through the door, into the realm of where Jesus is, while we are in the midst of this, our physical surroundings, and clothed in these

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This Sunday at Church: Remind someone of our Hope in Christ — The Domain for Truth

This Sunday at Church I want to encourage you to do the following: Remind someone of our Hope in Christ. via This Sunday at Church: Remind someone of our Hope in Christ — The Domain for Truth

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It’s Always Faith

It’s strange the things that cross my mind in the early hours of the morning, just before I get up. Sometimes it’s like there’s a message there and I have to dig a little to find it. Sometimes there’s a

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The Garden of Eden

Have you ever wondered what it must have been like for Adam and Eve, in the Garden of Eden, before their fall? We’re talking total dependency and reliance on God for literally everything. And, they had the ability to walk

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Posted in Apologetics, Creationism, Defending Christianity, Faith, New Testament, Old Testament

Cherry Picking — Run With It

There are a lot of people today who wear the name of “Christian”. Yet, in spite of this reality, there is a wide spectrum of opinions on what a Christian really is. Some think that they are Christians became of

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“You serpents, you generation of vipers, how can you escape the damnation of hell?” ~Jesus — Jesus Quotes and God Thoughts

“Woe unto you”. Seven times in Matthew 23 Jesus the Messiah say these words to the religious elites of that time, the scribes and the Pharisees. And in all seven cases Jesus the Messiah identified these religious leaders as hypocrites.

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Halloween — THE RIVER WALK

The devil doesn’t get a day. via Halloween — THE RIVER WALK

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Trying to Understand – Updated

I just spent about four hours going through some selected posts of a Pastor’s website. This is the same Pastor that I exchanged comments with last week and earlier this week with regard to The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) and

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