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Why Did Jesus Come?

Why Did Jesus Come?

When you think about the reasons Jesus came, Christmas becomes all the more meaningful. A number of important realities converged in Christ’s arrival on earth. 1. Prophecy was Fulfilled The Messiah’s coming had been promised by God through the Jewish Scriptures, and...

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DON’T BELIEVE THE LIES

DON’T BELIEVE THE LIES

Have you ever had anyone tell others something about you that wasn’t true? When this happens it can be very painful emotionally. But it can be even more damaging in the long run if people believe the lies. Every day thousands of people are impacted eternally because...

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TNG APOLOGETICS CAMP 2019

TNG APOLOGETICS CAMP 2019

In all honesty, when this summer’s TNG apologetics camp for teens started I wasn’t sure what to expect. I doubted whether or not there were that many teenagers interested in apologetics and Christian worldview issues. Teenage years in America are supposed to be marked...

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WHEN SIN IS HABITUAL

WHEN SIN IS HABITUAL

Ever heard the phrase, just because you can, doesn’t mean you should”? This statement-of-the-obvious wasn’t on the mind fur baron John Jacob Astor one night as he attended a fancy New York dinner party. Astor (who was likely the wealthiest person in the room)...

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ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE BIBLE

ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE BIBLE

Here are just a archaeological discoveries that support the conclusion that God does indeed exist and that the Bible is trustworthy: Clay tablets dating from around 2,300 BC found in Ebla, an archaeological site in northern Syria, contain names for people and places...

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CHRISTIANS ARE WE TO JUDGE

CHRISTIANS ARE WE TO JUDGE

Critics, atheists and even some well-meaning Christians will sometimes claim that Christians should not judge the beliefs of others; instead, we should just share the gospel and allow God to work on people to draw them to Himself. Atheists will also often argue that...

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