UNDER CHRISTIANITY Are the Jews Still God’s Chosen People?

Delve into an in-depth exploration of the status of Jews as God's chosen people under Christianity, tracing its historical context from the times of the Israelites, through the era of Greek philosophical influence, up to the present day, with an emphasis on biblical references and interpretations.

Defending the Historical Existence of Jesus: A Comprehensive Examination

Explore the compelling evidence supporting the historical existence of Jesus Christ. This comprehensive examination draws from non-Christian accounts, early Christian documents, and the contextual plausibility of Jesus's life. Learn about Dr. Gary Habermas's minimal facts approach, a scholarly consensus that adds to the robust case for Jesus's historicity.

Assyria in Bible History

Explore the accuracy of the Bible's prophecies on Assyria and the coming of the Prince of Peace, fulfilled through Jesus Christ. Discover the message of peace and hope taught by the Bible and the contrast with the world's focus on war and conflict.

What Does the Bible Really Say About the Son of God: Jesus Christ?

The Bible teaches that Jesus Christ, also known as the Son of God, is a central figure in the Christian faith and is revered as the savior of the world. According to the Bible, Jesus was born of a virgin in Bethlehem and was conceived by the Holy Spirit. He lived a sinless life and performed numerous miracles, including healing the sick, casting out demons, and raising the dead. The Bible also teaches that Jesus was crucified on the cross and that he died to pay the penalty for the sins of humanity. However, the Bible also teaches that Jesus was resurrected from the dead on the third day and that he ascended into heaven, where he sits at the right hand of God the Father. In the New Testament, Jesus is described as being fully God and fully human. He is considered the second person of the Trinity and is believed to be co-equal with God the Father and God the Holy Spirit. These are the basics, you can gain a deeper understanding when you read the article.

MATTHEW 1: Virgin Birth of Mary Significance

Jesus’ miraculous conception, or virgin birth, is significant in Scripture. First, with God as his Father, he did not inherit Adam’s sin nature, as have all other men and women in the world who have two human parents. Thus, ...

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