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Tough Issues of Christianity – Fasting

Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled. (Matt 5:6 NIV) A few weeks ago I needed to have some laboratory tests done that required a 12-hour fast. I cheated! I had some coffee … Continue reading

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Tough Issues of Christianity – Baptism

Few, if any, topics foster more dissention between various Christian denominations than baptism, particularly infant baptism. There are tremendous differences concerning the purpose, method and timing (age of the one being baptized) of baptism. This has been so since the … Continue reading

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Tough Issues of Christianity – Obedience

If you love me, you will obey what I command. (John 14:15) Most (and I use the word most hesitantly) Christians accept that love and obedience are fundamental to their faith in God and to their salvation. Recently I was … Continue reading

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Tough Issues of Christianity: Morality vs. Righteousness

How many people do you know who you would describe as leading very moral lives, but who have not accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior? I suspect, if you look a bit deeply, you will find many. We … Continue reading

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Tough Issues of Christianity: Israel

There are many things this blog could cover, Israel. It could cover the ancient people, the Hebrews, who became the nation of Israel, the chosen people of God. It could cover the modern nation of Israel and how or even … Continue reading

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