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The first Christian history book

The first Christian history book is a collection of writings that span more than 1,500 years and were written by about 40 different authors. The first 3/4s of the book contains the history, culture and experiences of the Jewish people. … Continue reading

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The Phenomenal (Not Nominal) Christian Life

The Bible specifically says that we should avoid “having a form of godliness” without the actual power of God. It challenges us to be phenomenal Christians, not nominal ones. Biblical Christianity isn’t a one-time declaration of self-identity, but a supernatural … Continue reading

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Is modern Christianity the same as biblical Christianity?

Biblical Christianity recognized that God is love. However, they also knew that doesn’t mean that He cancels the consequences of everybody’s bad choices. Biblical Christians live like this: “Let no corrupt word proceed out of your mouth, but what is … Continue reading

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Is It Time For Another Protestant Reformation?

500 years ago people protested against and then changed the common way of doing church. Shall we change it again? –The Protestant Reformation took place 500 years ago. The very name of this movement proclaims that people rose up and … Continue reading

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