Category Archives: New Testament

Finding the early church… (pt. 2–the ecclesiastical structure)

Not much is known for certain about the ecclesiastical structure of the early Church. It is argued by the Catholic and Orthodox Churches that the apostles had initially chosen from among the early church men endowed with authority from the … Continue reading

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Eucharist–a sacrifice?

A huge point of conflict between Protestants, Catholics, and Orthodox is the theological doctrine concerning the Eucharist. The Eucharist is the meal that Jesus shared with his disciples at Passover. He breaks the bread, gives it to his disciples, says … Continue reading

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Finding the early church… (pt. 1–the Apostles)

The “Apostles” are more specifically referred to as “The Twelve”. When Jesus starts his ministry, he appoints Peter, James and John the sons of Zebedee, Andrew, Phillip, Bartholomew, Matthew, Thomas, James the son of Alphaeus, Thaddaeus, Simon the Zealot, and … Continue reading

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There subsists a lot of frustration in recent years from numerous progressive “Evangelicals” in that the term has either become equivalent to that of Fundamentalism, or Fundamentalists use it so much and frequently that the “progressives” seem “left out”. The … Continue reading

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The political religion of the Christian left refuted…

It sickens me to see these “progressive Christians” abusing Christianity and the Bible completely beyond recognition when it comes to building a political philosophy. There is a political philosophy within the Bible. It is neither inherently Republican nor Democrat. Rather, … Continue reading

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Muhammad the prideful heretick and false prophet…

Any one who has casually examined snippets of the Quran can note strong similarities between the Bible (Jewish TNKH and Christian NT) and itself. It shouldn’t be surprising. This is why the religion of Islam is fairly often considered an … Continue reading

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Unmarried, Widowed, Married

I get asked quite frequently about girlfriends, having them, children, etc. It’s all part of the culture we live in. We value sexual relations and amorous relations. Having one is a sign of your “high-ranking” in life. Not having one … Continue reading

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