Context is King

In this blog post, I hope to point people to the kind of Bible teacher that is accurate and sound while exposing those who are neither. Furthermore, I hope to shed some light on methods of Bible study, so that one can study the Bible for himself/herself. The Bible may be taught in a way …

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What About Those Who Have Not Heard?

I'd like to answer the argument against biblical Christianity that goes something like this: If faith in Jesus Christ is the only way to God, then what about those who have not heard about Jesus? Aren't all religions the same, and aren't there many ways to God? Christians should not be so dogmatic and arrogant …

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He Spoke in Parables

One of the first and foremost aspects of Jesus Christ's notoriety springs from His teaching--both content and style. He is a Master Teacher, though no one would have expected it from such a lowly carpenter's son. Nor did Jesus ever require anyone to call Him "Rabbi." [But, it was always appropriate to do so]. He …

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