The Woe of Mad Drunkenness

At times, scientists, clinicians and others debate whether to call alcoholism a “disease.” Usage of the term is usually acceptable if it is properly defined. When one considers the wide scope of damage that alcoholism does to the human body, mind and spirit, the condition can, indeed, be legitimately described...

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The Woe of Mayhem Covetousness

John Stott writes, “Not all envy is tainted with selfishness, because it is not always either a grudging discontent or a sinful covetousness. At base, envy is the desire to have for oneself something possessed by another. And whether envy is good or evil depends on the nature of the...

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The Woe Greediness

In the book of Habakkuk 2:5-19 there are five woes mentioned in the text that have historical and current ramifications. The first woe Habakkuk examines maniacal greediness in Habakkuk 2:5-8.  The Babylonians felt entitled because of their consumption of wine. As a result of their inebriation there was a lost...

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Questions

When the San Francisco Giants lost a baseball game, Gerald Bishop lost his cool  and pumped 17 rifle bullets into his television set. The bullets went through the walls of his mobile home and penetrated the walls of a house 300 yards down the road. After his arrest, Bishop asked...

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The Evolutionary Process Truth or Tale

Atheistic evolution believes that man evolved over long periods of the time through the action of mutations and natural selection from simpler, brute forms, which in turn had evolved from other forms which ultimately came from an original singled-celled creature. Whereas theistic evolution believes God directed, used and controlled the...

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Is Satan And Demons Real

The reality and nature of Satan along with demons has been the center of debate among evangelicals throughout biblical history. There are seven books of the Old Testament (Genesis, 1 Chronicles, Job, Psalms, Isaiah, Ezekiel, and Zechariah) that authenticate the reality of Satan. There are two names given in Scripture...

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Was Christ Genuine Humanity….

  The humanity of Christ has been a controversial subject throughout Christendom and even in our culture.  The humanity of Christ is an essential of the historic Christian faith which can’t be compromised. Jesus had a real body (Hebrews 2:14) as a result of conception. Jesus possessed a soul and spirit (Matthew...

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Jesus Loading…..

The historical revisionist alters the truth about the person and work of Jesus Christ. The revisionist will buttress their evidence with the Gnostic Gospels which can’t be corroborated. When Christ is viewed through the prism of historical revisionism He isn’t the Christ of the Bible. The historical revisionist’s Christ becomes...

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The Holy Spirit Part 2 (Indwelling)

The indwelling of the Holy Spirit is the heart of distinctiveness of the Spirit’s work in Christendom. Christ promised the disciples the Holy Spirit would come after His departure from the earth. Paul Ennis makes the following observation about the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, “A key verse that indicates...

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Is The Holy Spirit A Person (Part 1)

Of all the teachings in the Bible, none is more important or foundational than pneumatology. The doctrine of Pneumatology describes the existence of the Holy Spirit, the attributes of the Holy Spirit and the Holy Spirit’s work in the lives of believers and non-believers. Hence, the designation given to the...

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