Will believing an error for 40 years excuse one in the Judgment Day? Some seem to think that time some how magically transforms an error into a truth. For example: If one believes in baptizing babies will that make it
There are many ideas which are accepted and believed as “OK” in society and in religion which flat out are against the will of God. Man says that an eldership or one local congregation can oversee the work or part
“But be not ye called Rabbi: for one is your Master, even Christ; and all ye are brethren” (Matthew 23:8). When one thinks about the term Rabbi it is usually associated with Jewish leaders of Jesus’ day. I find it
The following is an explanation in simple terms of what is meant by the religious practices involved in “Lent.” “On the Christian calendar, Lent is the 40-day period from Ash Wednesday to Easter. When it was first observed in the
“No archaeological discovery has ever been made that contradicts or controverts historical statements in Scripture”– (Quoted in Revelation and the Bible, p. 397).
There’s been a lot of talk about “black lives matter” and some are countering by saying that “all lives matter.” The whole discussion has gotten really silly because all lives should matter to everyone. But while we are on the
Each time we speak or write on an issue of SIN, we have told what GOD has said about that sin. When we do that, we are relaying GOD’S JUDGMENT (what He has said and the necessary implications of what
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