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Questions by non-believers

1. If God is good, why is there evil in this world? Free will – choice. God gave us dominion over the earth. The evil that continues is because of man. As such, a man asked God, “Why so much … Continue reading

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Evolution or God’s Word

My point to get Christians to stop questioning the word of God. Thomas doubted too. He didn’t believe Jesus’ own words, nor those of his fellows. In the end, history calls him Doubting Thomas. Every scientific advancement only proves the … Continue reading

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Faith and Healing

Everywhere I turn I see a need for healing. Yet, when the word of God is presented, people get greatly offended, Matthew 11:6. There is a cause and effect for just about everything, Deuteronomy 28(!). When we sin and don’t … Continue reading

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Assumption – Science or the Scriptures

An assumption is “a thing that is accepted as true or as certain to happen, without proof.” Right off, we assume we know everything. Those things we do not understand we throw out assumptions to cover it up. Over and … Continue reading

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Translations

Someone stated that we need to stop reading into the Greek and Hebrew and just accept the “bible” as is. What a lazy Christian! The problem is that biases are entered into translations. This is proven over and over in … Continue reading

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Sabbath vs. First day of the week – Part II

Here are the verses with “σαββασ” in it. The word is just part of the whole word so that the search included all the suffixes and prefixes like: run* will give you run, runs, running, etc. Finally, I invite you … Continue reading

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Sabbath vs. First Day of the Week

First, I need to be verbose because I want to show that I did not arrive at this conclusion lightly or quickly. Years ago I read a book that claimed that from the commandment to rebuild the city of Jerusalem … Continue reading

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Mysteries of Life

When I was a kid, I noticed that one day the calendar read: 2:34 5/6/78 Ever since then I see the other patterns in the calendar. While there are many, each one happens only once a 100 years. It’s part of the … Continue reading

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Man-ology

Recently online, a heated discussion about Calvinism vs. Arminianism ensued. One that really surprised me was a thread about a flat earth according to the bible. Such hogwash. I’m reminded of Paul: Titus 3:9 (KJV) But avoid foolish questions, and … Continue reading

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Act of Mercy of God

Throughout the scriptures, legal words and titles are used over and over again. “Satan” comes from the Hebrew hasatan – “the accuser” or “the adversary” or in today’s legalese “plaintiff” – and some of Jesus’ title are Advocate, 1 John 2:1, Counsellor, … Continue reading

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