What Is Truly Worth Dying For?

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It’s no good; I have to come clean about what I really believe.

I have been a Christian for over 30 years, and the last few years have been difficult. In that time I have read and studied quite a lot, I have connected with people with all sorts of views about God and the Bible; I have read books from Catholics to Charismatics, Calvinists to Wesleyans and many in between.

In one sense I pushed everything I believed off the table and started again, not accepting my beliefs at face value, but challenging every assumption and trying to think them through. I have found there were things I believed because I assumed it, people told me it was so, or it was simply convenient. Read more

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Four Reasons To Trust The Bible

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Many of us who call ourselves Christians came to faith in Jesus Christ through what can be called a subjective experience; we had a vision, a dream or some such thing. The problem here is that whilst what happened was enough to bring us to faith, it isn’t really something we can pass on to others, and if we are not careful we can struggle to give a reasoned answer for our trust in Jesus. The same can be true for second generation Christians who have known nothing but Jesus; how can they know that Jesus is who He says He is, or that the Bible is real? After all doesn’t every faith claim to be ‘the way’ and the ‘truth’.

Here are four things the Bible gives us that are ‘objective’ reasons that it is what it claims to be – the Word of God. Read more

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Those who know the truth speak the truth…

…those who don’t, quote the Bible.

Ouch, what is all that about? First off I have credit this as quote, but I don’t know who from, but when I heard it I knew I had to blog about it.

I am concerned that some people might be sharpening their knives already but before they start being thrown let me throw this into the mix. Jesus said that there is no truth in Satan, in fact Jesus called him the father of lies and yet Satan quoted Scripture to Jesus in an attempt to make Jesus sin against His Heavenly Father by pursuing His desires over the Fathers will.

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