What’s the Connection Between Easter and Christ’s Resurrection?

Share265ShareTweet3EmailPin268 SharesWhat do popular Easter symbols like rabbits and colored eggs have to do with Christ’s resurrection? Does God have anything to say about the Easter sunrise service? Easter is one of the most popular among traditional Christian celebrations. It’s supposed to commemorate Christ’s resurrection. But since Easter is just the culmination of the 40-day …

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Did Christ REALLY Die on Friday and Rise on Sunday?

Share734Share1TweetEmailPin14749 SharesDid Christ lie about His death and resurrection? How does one fit “three days and three nights” into the Friday to Sunday tradition? It is popularly believed and taught by most Christians that Christ died on a Friday afternoon, was buried just before sunset, and was resurrected early on a Sunday morning. However, Christ …

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Where Is the Biblical Proof of Mary’s Perpetual Virginity?

Share69Share6Tweet6EmailPin182 SharesSome major Christian religions firmly believe that Mary was a perpetual virgin, and ardently support the idea that Jesus was her only child. It is further claimed that even in the process of giving birth, she still somehow retained her virginity. Such tenacious belief is part of their veneration in elevating Mary to a …

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Just What Do You Mean “Works of the Law”?

Share212Share1TweetEmailPin213 SharesOne of the most hotly and lengthily debated topics among theologians and preachers for centuries now (and in recent decades surprisingly influencing even some Bible translators, as reflected in their modern versions) — centers on the apostle Paul’s statement, “works of the law.” It is therefore very important that we take the time to systematically …

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EU Leaders Hold Historic Meeting With the Pope

Share83Share1Tweet3EmailPin87 SharesBible prophecy is marching on right before our very eyes! The other day (Saturday), 27 leaders of the European Union (EU) gathered in Rome to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome, creating the European Economic Community (EEC) — the precursor of the EU — and the European Atomic Energy Community (EURATOM). …

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Just What Was “Nailed to the Cross”?

Share220ShareTweet2EmailPin1223 SharesApart from Christ Himself, and Pilate’s inscription (John 19:19, 20) — both of which have been nailed to the cross — most Christians believe that there is another invisible thing that has also been “nailed to the cross.” This is due to the apostle Paul’s statement in Colossians 2:14. To this day, there is great controversy as …

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What Was Really “Finished”?

Share178ShareTweet3EmailPin181 SharesHow biblically accurate is the common interpretation of Christ’s statement, “It is finished!”? Some Christians frequently quote Christ’s words on the cross, “It is finished,” when referring to the salvation process. To reinforce this interpretation, they also support it with the statement, “It is done.” In using these two short sentences (“It is finished” and “It …

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Why Does a Good and Powerful God Allow Terrible Calamities?

Share562ShareTweetEmailPin562 SharesTheologians say that God is omniscient (all-knowing), omnipotent (all-powerful), and omnipresent (present everywhere simultaneously). With these unequaled superlative qualities, there is absolutely no reason why we humans should ever suffer even a single accident, death, or calamity! But when we look into our present world and consider the history of humanity, we find a litany of …

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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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