The Doctrine of the Trinity (Part 1)

What is the Trinity? Is The Trinity Scriptural? Did The Early Church view God as Triune? Is the Trinity a Contradiction? The doctrine of the Trinity is a foundational doctrine of the Christian faith. I find it very helpful in understanding the nature of the one true God and our relationship with Him. But even …

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Great Love Requires Great Sacrifice

One of my Muslim friends recently asked: "Isn't it shocking to think that an all-mighty God could come down on earth and die at the hands of mortal men?" My Response: I don't think that is shocking. In fact, it would be shocking if He couldn't. Let me explain: Studies have shown that firefighters are …

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What It Really Means to ‘Believe and Be Saved’ (The Heart Factor)

I hear folks say; "Well, I am a Christian, I believe in Christ, therefore my salvation is guaranteed". How true is that statement? Firstly, I find that it depends largely on what one means when they say "I believe". Remember, "the demons also believe..." (James 2:19) Secondly, I would ask; what exactly do you believe …

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The Problem of Evil (A Christian Perspective)

The problem of evil in the world is one that all of humanity identifies with, regardless of religion or worldview. For me as a Christian, it is something that I have personally had to wrestle with for a very long time, especially when it comes to reconciling the evil in the world with a loving …

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The Significance of Palm Sunday

It is that time of the year again, when Christians all over the world commemorate the triumphant entry of Jesus Christ into the holy city of Jerusalem. Palm Sunday marks the beginning of the holy week - the countdown to the passion of Christ. It is the last Sunday before Easter Sunday. Realistically speaking, we …

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Atheism and the “Big Bang” Fallacy

Atheists tell us that the universe is a product of random chance. For years, they have tried to convince us that somehow an explosion was able to cause order. But we all know that explosions (small or big) don't cause order, they cause chaos… And even if the "big bang" was responsible for the creation …

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Christian and Gay, Love or Hate?

Christians all over the world are being labelled as "hateful" and "intolerant" simply because they refuse to be receptive of various secular behaviours and ideologies that go against biblical values. One of such is the same-sex behaviour that seems to be spreading like wildfire at the minute. But come to think of it; isn't it …

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Utilizing the Moral Law in Modern-day Evangelism (Evangelism Series Part 3)

Many modern-day evangelists and Christians tend to lay little or no emphasis on the 'Moral law'. I am talking specifically about the 'ten commandments' – written by God and given to Moses thousands of years ago, as recorded in the Old Testament. This I think is largely due to a hyper-understanding of St. Paul's teaching …

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The Great Commission (Evangelism Series Part 1)

Welcome to part one of my evangelism series. In this part, we shall be looking at the background of evangelism and we examine the reasons why every Christian should engage in evangelism. Let's go! BRIEF OVERVIEW OF CHRISTIAN EVANGELISM Evangelism is a very important part of the Christian faith. We would not have known or …

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