Joshua Infantado

Halloween is pagan

10 Scary Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Celebrate Halloween

Share2KShare1TweetEmailPin22K SharesHalloween is just right around the corner. It’s that time of the year when people decorate their homes and stores with pumpkins, spider webs, dead bodies, tombstones, and other ghoulish things. As Christians striving to be part of God’s kingdom, we need to ask: “Is it okay for Christians to celebrate Halloween?” The answer …

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Just What Do You Mean “Baptism by Fire”?

Share90Share2Tweet3EmailPin196 SharesThe Christian world today is in confusion when it comes to baptism. Some churches baptize by sprinkling or pouring water. (Sadly, they don’t know the biblical way of baptizing a person.) Still others don’t know the real meaning of the “baptism by fire.” They say they want to be baptized with fire. Do they really know what they …

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Did the Thief on the Cross Go to Paradise on That Very Day?

Share150Share1Tweet3EmailPin3157 SharesFor most Christians, the thief on the cross represents people on this earth — people who are saved by merely believing in God. We can read the story of this thief in Luke 23:39-43 where Christ was drawing near to His death. One of the criminals who was crucified with Him showed a sign …

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Biblical Baptism: Sprinkling, Pouring, or Only Immersion?

Share95Share1TweetEmailPin96 SharesThe Bible commands everyone: “Repent, and let every one of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit” (Acts 2:38). Baptism is clearly a requirement — it’s not optional. However, the religious institutions of this world are in great …

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Does the “Sinner’s Prayer” Really Work?

Share106Share1Tweet2EmailPin109 SharesThe “Sinner’s Prayer” is a popular term used in Protestant and Evangelical Christian circles. It refers to any form of prayer that conveys repentance and the desire to start or form a relationship with God the Father and Jesus Christ. For most preachers and Christians, they see the Sinner’s Prayer as the defining moment of one’s salvation. …

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