When having found faith through the study of the Bible we do need to do works of faith

When we have found the Word of God and started reading the Bible with an open mind, letting the words come to us like they are written, it shall transform our inner self, if we allow it to do that. When we do come into the faith, believing in One God and believing in His… Read More When having found faith through the study of the Bible we do need to do works of faith

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Evangelisation, local preaching opposite overseas evangelism

Dave Burke asks: Why is our local preaching so unsuccessful while our overseas evangelism rises from strength to strength? It’s not that we don’t know how to evangelise, or that preaching the Gospel isn’t important to us. Instead I believe it’s because overseas mission work is largely unfettered by the restrictions of the pervading culture… Read More Evangelisation, local preaching opposite overseas evangelism

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Religious Practices around the world

Religious Practices around the world, Compiled and Explained – posted by Andy Rau — How many Christians–or Hindus, or Muslims, or Buddhists–are there in the world?  What country contains the highest percentage of atheists?   What and where are the largest churches in the world? All of these questions and hundreds of others are answered at adherents.org[1],… Read More Religious Practices around the world

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Religious Beliefs Founding Fathers U.SA.

The U.S. Founding Fathers: Their Religious Beliefs Although the United States of America Declaration of Independence mentioned “Nature’s God” and the “Creator,” the Constitution made no reference to a divine being, Christian or otherwise, and the First Amendment explicitly forbid the establishment of any official church or creed…. One quasi-religious conviction they all shared, however,… Read More Religious Beliefs Founding Fathers U.SA.

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