Do Christadelphians belong to Protestantism

The last few weeks a lot of articles have been published on the net about the Reformation and Protestantism. When we look at those articles and hear what most authors say what Protestantism means we can question if Christadelphianism belongs to Protestantism or to something else. According to Dr. of Ministry from Bakke Graduate University in… Read More Do Christadelphians belong to Protestantism

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Memorizing wonderfully 2 Biblical Reasons to Memorize Scripture

Those who say they love God should be able to show their love for Him, by knowing Him very well and to be able to tell others what He had or has to say. Bible memorization is absolutely fundamental to spiritual formation. By memorization confidence and assurance will be enhanced and you shall come to feel how no other single exercise pays greater spiritual dividends! … Read More Memorizing wonderfully 2 Biblical Reasons to Memorize Scripture

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Today’s thought “nonsense surrounding the many gods” (July 28)

Today’s thought “nonsense surrounding the many gods” (July 28) In this world lots of people are against the God of Israel. Many claim their does not exits a God Who created everything. Strangely enough we do find lots of people in this world who have turned their back on God Almighty, the creator of the… Read More Today’s thought “nonsense surrounding the many gods” (July 28)

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The flood, floods and mythic flood stories 8 South America

South America The Chibcha-speaking people that formed the Muisca Confederation of the central Andean highlands of present-day Colombia‘s Eastern Range, in particular the Altiplano Cundiboyacense, the Muisca, as one out of four advanced civilizations of the Americas (apart from the Aztec, Mayas and Incas) has also the enriched culture of ‘life stories’ Already active since… Read More The flood, floods and mythic flood stories 8 South America

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The flood, floods and mythic flood stories 7 North America

By the indigenous peoples of the Americas we can find also several myths of a great deluge. The K’iche’ and Maya peoples in Mesoamerica having the best well-known folk tales. One of the Maya peoples, the K’iche’ (or in previous Spanish spelling: Quiché, associated with the ancient Maya civilization, reached the peak of their power… Read More The flood, floods and mythic flood stories 7 North America

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The flood, floods and mythic flood stories 5 Indian region

Indian region In the East of our world we also find deluge stories where matsya avatara of Vishnu forewarned the people. Listening to the messengers of his gods the king of the Dravida Kingdom, Shraddhadeva, son of Vivasvat and therefore also known as Manuvaivasvata [Satyavrata meaning “always truthful”], build an ark for his family and… Read More The flood, floods and mythic flood stories 5 Indian region

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The flood, floods and mythic flood stories 4 Mythic theme 3 Chinese mythology

Chinese mythology In Chinese culture day arrived when Chu Ying (or Chu Lung) with his body of a red snake, opened his eyes, and nigh felt when he closed his eyes. Winter and summer came into being depending on the strength of his breath. We may find stories that by the crying of the gods,… Read More The flood, floods and mythic flood stories 4 Mythic theme 3 Chinese mythology

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The flood, floods and mythic flood stories 2 Mythic theme 1 God or gods warning

Mythic theme God or gods warning A mass of water bringing people in danger has always spoken to the imagination of people. As such we can find a great flood as a mythic theme in many ancient religions that describes a primordial destruction of man and the world by a universal deluge because of man’s… Read More The flood, floods and mythic flood stories 2 Mythic theme 1 God or gods warning

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Death

Originally posted on Myabishai's Blog:
Death Acts 7:55-8:1 But filled with the Holy Spirit, he gazed into heaven and saw the glory of God and Jesus standing at the right hand of God. “Look,” he said, “I see the heavens opened and the Son of Man standing at the right hand of God!” But…

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