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Helping You Read The Bible

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Bible Commentary - 1 John 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 For New King James text and comment, click here. I John 1-5 Listen An introduction to I John While not specifically identified, hints in this book tell us that the author was the Apostle John, the son of Zebedee. There is no way to fix the date of the writing of this letter. Development of the Biblical Canon Apologetics Toolkit adapted from materials of Professor Paul Hahn of the University of St. Thomas, Houston, Texas Shane Claiborne - Letter to Non-Believers by Shane Claibourne To all my nonbelieving, sort-of-believing, and used-to-be-believing friends: I feel like I should begin with a confession. I am sorry that so often the biggest obstacle to God has been Christians. Christians who have had so much to say with our mouths and so little to show with our lives. I am sorry that so often we have forgotten the Christ of our Christianity. Forgive us. Forgive us for the embarrassing things we have done in the name of God.

Christian Living PDF Books - NTSLibrary.com Home > Christian Living PDF Books - NTSLibrary.com In order to open and read these PDF books you will need to have Adobe Reader on your computer. If you do not have a copy of this free software, you can download it by clicking on the Adobe logo below. NOTE: New books continue to be added on a regular basis, so be sure to bookmark this site for your future browsing convenience. Click on Adobe Logo to Download Free Adobe Reader... Christian Living The Uniqueness of Christianity: Introduction What makes the Christian religion different from every other religion is love. I'm probably going to get in trouble with the Buddhists and Hindus and Jews and Muslims out there for saying this, but it's true. I'm not saying that other religions don't concern themselves with love (because every religion worth the title does deal with love), but that in Christianity love is the central reality , not just one among a number of other values, and it is given far more importance than in any other religion. This emphasis on love is what sets Christianity far above every other religion because love is the central reality of human life. Christianity sees the basis of reality as love: the love that constitutes the Undivided Unity of the Divine Trinity pours itself out in creating the cosmos, and then reveals itself in Jesus' redemptive incarnation and sacrifice on the cross.

The Hebrew Name for God - Elohim The name Elohim is unique to Hebraic thinking: it occurs only in Hebrew and in no other ancient Semitic language. The masculine plural ending does not mean “gods” when referring to the true God of Israel, since the name is mainly used with singular verb forms and with adjectives and pronouns in the singular (e.g., see Gen. 1:26). However, considering the Hashalush HaKadosh (Trinity), the form indeed allows for the plurality within the Godhead. Christians Act When Disaster Strikes - Christian Living What do we do when disaster hits? Do we thank God for our family’s safety and then sit and wait for the clean- up crews to arrive? We see it often in the news – a natural disaster devastates a community.

Jesus Reveals Gods Love The Uniqueness of Christianity God's love impelled him to take action to help his creatures gone astray so when the time had fully come, God sent forth his Son, born of woman (Gal 4:4) Jesus is the Son of God, the Second Person of the Trinity, who was sent for love of mankind: In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.

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