September 22, 2021

Category: evangelism

Did Jesus Claim to be God, Equal With the Father? [Podcast]
apologetics, Bible, Christ-like, Christian, Christian worldview, church, deception, evangelism, faith, God, Jesus, kingdom of God, religion, theology, true Christian, truth

Did Jesus Claim to be God, Equal With the Father? [Podcast]

In a time when anyone can identify as anything , I’ve a greater sensitivity to those who claim to be Christian, but aren’t. Basic teachings and basic elements of Christianity are ignored or disagreed with, but one still claims to be Christan. Obviously God is the final judge, but the Bible already has criteria laid out. […]

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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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apologetics, Bible, Christ-like, Christian, conversation, deception, discipleship, evangelism, exegesis, knowledge, self-refuting statements

Six Concerning “Christian” Ideas, And What The Bible Says About Them

A recent conversation got me concerned. The ideas were not new to me, but what was interesting was the volley of ideas that kept coming, kept coming without biblical justification. A Christian of a number of years, explained it is not good when Christians have “head knowledge”. In other-words, we should not study the Bible […]

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apologetics, Bible, Biblical word definitions, Christian, conversation, discipleship, evangelism, faith, kingdom of God, KJV, understanding, wisdom

An Urologist’s Principle You Can Use in Communicating Christ

While I was assisting in an urology procedure, the type where the patient wants to be knocked out and hopes he is unknown by staff, the doctor explained his patient communication method. His “technique” was his vocabulary, the type that would make great grandma Elsa blush in embarrassment. Very easy to understand terms – crude. […]

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