Question: “Why is the idea of eternal damnation so repulsive to many people?”

by Gotquestions?org Answer: In the shifting winds of modern cultures, the idea of everlasting torment and damnation is difficult for many people to grasp. Why is this? The Bible makes it clear that hell is a literal place. Christ spoke more about hell than He did of heaven. Not only Satan and his minions will…

WHY DOES THE BOOK OF ACTS END SO ABRUPTLY?

by Shawn Brasseaux @ Thus saith the Scriptures The Book of Acts opens where the Gospel Record of Luke left off (compare Luke chapter 24 with Acts chapter 1). Luke is again writing to Theophilus to tell him what happened concerning the Lord Jesus Christ’s earthly ministry and His Apostles’ ministry once He returned to…

That saved a wretch like me….

The Sunday Bun by L.A. Marzulli Most of us know the hymn, Amazing Grace. The author was a slaver, he dealt in the buying and selling of human beings. He was a despicable, horrible individual. God saved him and he penned the words that we know so well. One of the lines: He saved a…

How do I convert to Christianity?

From Gotquestions?org Answer: A man in the Greek city of Philippi asked a very similar question of Paul and Silas. We know at least three things about this man: he was a jailer, he was a pagan, and he was desperate. He had been on the verge of suicide when Paul stopped him. And that’s…

What is a faith conversion? What does it mean to be converted?

From Gotquestions?org Answer: To convert is to change from one character, type, or purpose to another. Our bodies convert food into energy. We can convert inches to centimeters, pounds to kilograms, and dollars to euros. Our hearts can undergo similar conversions. We can change direction morally, psychologically, emotionally, and spiritually. We are what we think…

It’s a Heart Thing

By John Lysaught It’s hard to deal with people sometimes. Let’s be honest; they can really get to us and stir up emotions of anger and discontent. People talk to us with disparaging words to hurt us or to make us angry. It seems to be a societal norm to do this, Christians and non-Christians…

Doctrine of Demons

By: Jack Kinsella – http://www.omegaletter.com The concept of ‘grace’ is one of such sublime simplicity that it has become one of the most complicated topics in Christian theology. Right off the bat, there’s a clue as to the magnitude of the complications it presents. Grace, as a concept, owes its mind-bending complexity to its basic…