September 18, 2021

Category: discipleship

The Comfortable Christianity Conundrum and Why You Should be Concerned
apologetics, Christ-like, Christian, church, discipleship, evangelism, Jesus, kingdom of God, persecution, religion, true Christian

The Comfortable Christianity Conundrum and Why You Should be Concerned

We like our comfort. We like are personal peace. We like our prosperity. However, if your Christianity is comfortable, you are not a Christian after the breed of the Apostles and ancients. In fact, not even like Jesus! Now I’m not trying to tell you that you should seek out an “uncomfortable life”. No. I […]

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The Law of Moses and the Law of Christ (Post 3 of 3)
apologetics, Bible, Christian, Christian worldview, discipleship, Jesus, kingdom of God, Ten Commandments

The Law of Moses and the Law of Christ (Post 3 of 3)

Are Christians supposed to keep the Ten Commandments? Are Christians supposed to keep the Sabbath? Are Christians free from the laws of the Old Testament? Taken from Arnold Fruchtenbaum’s study at Ariel Ministries, I feel that this is the best argument concerning how we interact with the Ten Commandments in light of Scripture. Even though this […]

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The Law of Moses and the Law of Christ (Post 1 of 3)
apologetics, Bible, Christian, Christian worldview, discipleship, Jesus, kingdom of God, Ten Commandments

The Law of Moses and the Law of Christ (Post 1 of 3)

Are Christians supposed to keep the Ten Commandments? Are Christians supposed to keep the Sabbath? Are Christians supposed to have a distinction between God’s moral law, God’s ceremonial law and God’s legal law in the Old Testament? And what, anyhow, was the old law for? This three part series will address these and other questions. […]

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apologetics, Bible, Christian, deception, discipleship, education, inoculation, knowledge, logic, teachers

The Truth Ain’t Enough. Why You Should Inoculate, Not Isolate

Click for credit. Just The Truth Please? A counterfeiter once walked into a gas station, slapped down a seven and asked for change. Without skipping a beat, the attendant handed him a three and four dollar bill and said “good day.” One of the most annoying “Christian” myths is that many think law enforcement, who […]

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