God Meant It for Good

“As for you, you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good” (Genesis 50:20a) Perhaps the biggest issue people have with Christianity is how a good God can coexist with the evil and suffering of this world. More ink has been spilt trying to give a sufficient answer to the question of God’s … Continue reading God Meant It for Good

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Why is the Apostles’ Teaching Important?

Question 2: Why is the Apostles’ teaching important? The apostles’ teaching is important not only because there are no apostles alive any longer, but because their teaching is the foundation of the Church. Paul, in Ephesians 2:20, makes this point saying the Church is “built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, with Christ … Continue reading Why is the Apostles’ Teaching Important?

The Church is Apostolic: Wait, What Does that Mean?

Today we beginning the conclusion of our series called ‘The Historical Church’ where we’ve focused on the marks of Church given to us in the ancient document from 325 AD called the Nicene Creed. In the first sentence of the last paragraph the creed says this, “And we believe in One, Holy, catholic, and Apostolic … Continue reading The Church is Apostolic: Wait, What Does that Mean?

Christianity is Utter Reason and Rationality

In our present-day, non-Christians (especially well-informed intellectual non-Christians), claim that Christian belief is not rational.  They make this claim not based on examination of the alleged facts of Christianity, they just throw out the facts as not worthy of true investigation and claim it’s absurdity.  They usually say something like this, “Christianity is similar to … Continue reading Christianity is Utter Reason and Rationality