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The Bible - Fact, Fiction or Fallacy?

How accurate is the Bible? Is what we have today what was written down 2000 years ago? Is what was written down 2000 years ago true? Over the course of the video series, Josh McDowell explores questions of truth and accuracy within the Bible. Fact, Fiction or Fallacy? Can we trust what the Bible says? 1. Can you trust the Bible? 2. What is history? 3....

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Faith & Practice
Faith & Practice

"Stop right there!" the elderly patient exclaimed. "I know God hates bastards!" The Christian medical student who was trying to communicate his faith for the first time was a bit flustered. He had just told the patient that God loved her, but his training hadn't taught him how to deal with this objection. Conceived during a rape, this woman...

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My Search for Truth
My Search for Truth

I was born in Montreal and raised in Vancouver, Canada. My parents were morally upright but non-religious. Our neighbors could also be described as non-religious. I did not know any Christians or serious followers of any other religion while I was growing up. Though my neighborhood was poor, its public schools were outstanding and its libraries...

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What is the “unforgivable sin?”
What is the "unforgivable sin?"

Struggling to forgive someone? Not feeling forgiven yourself? Confide in an email mentor “Whoever is not with me is against me, and whoever does not gather with me scatters. And so I tell you, people will be forgiven every sin and blasphemy. But blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven. Anyone who speaks a word against the Son of Man...

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You Are What You Eat
You Are What You Eat

Years ago, when I was a young bride, I was fortunate enough to read a book that contained comparatively new ideas: You Are What You Eat. It set forth the importance of vitamins and minerals for our physical well-being, and I think I can give part of the credit for the energy and good health I enjoy today to that revolutionary book! Up until the...

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A Lifelong Journey (Coming Home Part 4)
A Lifelong Journey (Coming Home Part 4)

This is Part 4 of a 4 Part series, Coming Home - An Essay on How to Relate to God. A lifelong journey Fifth, and finally, we begin to grow into the new life he has promised us. The Bible refers to this as “maturing in Christ.” The new birth is an act.  Following Christ is a lifelong process.  If we earnestly follow him, we will never...

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Entering a New Orbit (Coming Home Part 3)
Entering a New Orbit (Coming Home Part 3)

This is Part 3 of a 4 Part series, Coming Home - An Essay on How to Relate to God. Entering a new orbit D. Elton Trueblood, author, educator, philosopher and theologian states succinctly the magnitude of this change: “The new character, being finite, can still make mistakes and actually does so; but that is not the primary fact. The primary...

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In the Beginning (Coming Home Part 2)
In the Beginning (Coming Home Part 2)

This is Part 2 of a 4 Part series, Coming Home - An Essay on How to Relate to God. In the beginning… In the early pages of the Bible, we get a glimpse of what it was like at the beginning, when Adam, the first man, walked in intimate fellowship with God. Their relationship was one of trust, delight, openness, respect and admiration. Work...

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