Sin and the Unpardonable Sin

As represented across the data of the entire Bible. The Origin of It: [Genesis 3] Eden, observably, was the place God designed for the self-determination of humanity's inner nature. It was a genuine testing ground, not as in a sterile laboratory but for God's genuine allowance of genuine choice by mankind. Adam and Eve, both …

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Who’s the Weak One?

The attitude of Christians should be gracious, not judgmental. In most cases, Christians have generous attitudes (i.e. compassionate, understanding, forgiving, respectful, giving the benefit of the doubt, thinking the best of, etc.). If they have not been gracious to you, either as a non-Christian or as a fellow believer, then there could be an underlying …

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Try Thinking

Are you afraid that you will be seen as stupid or dumb for believing Jesus Christ is the Son of God? No one wishes to be seen as uneducated, and absolutely no one wants to be "taken in" by what they feel is myth or mere religion. Perhaps you think Christians "check their brain" at the …

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Faith

What is it? Biblically speaking, it is both a verb and a noun. The Noun: Ok, ok... so there are 2 types of nouns. First, if one speaks of "the Christian faith," then they are remarking on beliefs that belong solely to Christians. Belief in Christ as the Son of God (meaning also the Savior) …

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What About Those Who Have Not Heard?

I'd like to answer the argument against biblical Christianity that goes something like this: If faith in Jesus Christ is the only way to God, then what about those who have not heard about Jesus? Aren't all religions the same, and aren't there many ways to God? Christians should not be so dogmatic and arrogant …

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The Kingdom of Heaven and Its Keys

Why Discuss It? Some who seek Christ are deterred by Christianity's history. Throughout the ages, Christendom has committed terrible atrocities. Those atrocities continue to present day in one form or another. For example, as of 2009, in Indonesia, some groups beneath the umbrella of Christendom were reported to have been killing those they felt to be …

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