Christianity

Why Christians forgive

Matthew 6:14 says “For if you forgive other people when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you.” Why is forgiveness so important to a Christian? The easy …

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Why did Jesus weep?

The shortest verse in the Bible is simple: Jesus wept. Many people know this little piece of Bible trivia but often fail to grasp the context and the deeper meaning …

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Jesus fulfills the law

Most people generally live by some kind of moral code regardless of its believed origin. Most of the time Christians are also striving to do what they believe to be …

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The betrayal of Jesus

The name Judas is one that has become synonymous with betrayal. Judas is likely the best-known traitor in human history because of his actions with Jesus of Nazareth. The gospels …

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What is the five-fold ministry?

The five-fold ministry is the leaders of the church delineated in Ephesians chapter four.  These five different leaders are essential for the government of a healthy church. Ephesians 4:11 reads …

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Women and the Bible

It is stereotypically asserted that all religion usurps the rights of women and makes them second class citizens. Unable to speak for all religions, this article will focus on the …

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Being a Church Member

The local church is a body of baptized believers who share common beliefs, values, and behavior. Church helps to satisfy the need to belong to something. Belonging to a local …

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Knowing the Spirit Within

“The Lord our God, the Lord is one” is a phrase spoken in the Shema of the Old Testament and by Jesus in the New Testament. God’s omnipotence, omnipresence and being an omniscient …

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The National Catholic Register

The National Catholic Register is a weekly newspaper dedicated to the happenings in the Catholic Church according to the Vatican incentives. Their mission “.  . . is to provide a perspective …

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The story of Gamaliel

Many biblical characters often take center stage, while other lesser-known characters seem to fade into obscurity. Often those emphasized the least had a special role to play, many times as …

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The secular side of Easter

As with Christmas, the chosen time for Easter is based on non-Christian situations. And, as with Christmas, a lot of accouterments attached to Easter have nothing to do with its …

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