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  • hatred

    Hatred: ethnocentrism, racism, and antisemitism

    In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Then, He “formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being” (Genesis 2:7). From the dust of the ground to the dust of the ground God made Adam from the dust of the ground and put him in charge of Eden,…


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    Lies, deceitfulness, and falsehood

    Today’s society has altered most (if not all) of the basic human core values that exist. Indeed, popular culture is continually turning us away from the true significance of things and redirecting us to a different view and mindset. In this new context, the definition of good and evil is now open to debate and what was once universally recognized as wrong is being given…


  • rebel

    Rebellion against authority

    We live in a world of rebellion where laws and authorities are constantly defied. People no longer want to be governed and bound by a set of rules. They want things their way, immediately, and at all costs. And to achieve it they often resort to slander, protest, violence, and even war. It has become a common thing today to see children rebelling against their…


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    Partaking in the Church Establishment

    The reading of the Books of the New Testament uncovers an undeniable truth: the modern day Church is far different from the Church that once was in the time of the Apostles. Indeed, the Book of Acts recounts the beginnings of the Church in Jerusalem. It describes a faithful and zealous Church, filled with the Holy Spirit, preaching the Gospel of salvation of the Lord,…


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    Fruitless christianity

    Trees are often used in the Scriptures to represent people and their spiritual conditions (Psalms 1:1-3, Jeremiah 17:7-8, Matthew 7:15-20). Reading from the Old testament to the New Testament, we find two kinds of trees: good trees (righteous and Godly men) and bad trees (unrighteous and evil men). How to distinguish between the two? Jesus answers this question in Matthew 7:20: “Therefore, by their fruits…


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    Forsaking the least of these

    It has been a little over two thousand years that Jesus-Christ first came to earth. Indeed, Jesus, the Word of God, became flesh (the Son of man) and dwelt among us (John 1:14). He preached the good news of the Kingdom of God and shed His blood for the remission of the sins of all mankind. He died on a cross, rose from the dead…


  • angry-man

    Taking God’s name in vain

    The LORD God is Holy and so is His name. Yet we profane the name of God in various ways every single day. How do we misuse the name of God? Cursing, mocking, and swearing A common way people misuse the name of the LORD is in their everyday speech. Today’s society has made acceptable and normal for all – Christians or not – to…


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    The unprofitable servant

    The word Christian, comes form the Greek Χριστιανός (Christianos) which means “follower of Christ” [1]. It is a name or a term used to identify someone who has repented from his sins, denied himself, and renounced his own life and agenda to fully embrace the love and will of God. Christians are the redeemed for God as described in Revelation 5:9-10, coming from every tribe…


  • divorce

    Divorce and remarriage

    The origins of marriage can be traced back to Eden, the Garden of God. “The LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being” (Genesis 2:7). Adam was in charge of tendering the garden and naming all living creatures, but he was alone. He had no “helper comparable to…


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    Unbelief: God, afterlife & the end of the ages

    False doctrines and religions have filled the world to such an extend that many have become skeptical to the point of doubting or refuting the existence of God. While some simply believe there is no God (atheists), some others – the agnostics – assert that any absolute certitude of the existence of God is intangible and unknowable. In other words, atheists and agnostics are refusing…