Christianity Is An Uncompromising, Intolerant Religion
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by Justin Tarr
8M ago
Christianity Is An Uncompromising, Intolerant Religion Diametrically opposed to Christianity and God are the concepts of “Tolerance” and “Compromise” and “Pride”. Many times I’ve heard well meaning so-called Christians often attempt to extoll the value of tolerating differences, being willing to compromise to come to agreements, and taking pride in one’s work/accomplishments. However, they can and will in the next breath proclaim the Lord Jesus as the only way to be saved from eternal damnation in Hell where the wicked are tormented consciously for all existence for their refusal to obey G ..read more
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The Christian Life Alone Is Worth Living
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by Justin Tarr
10M ago
The Christian Life Alone Is Worth Living One of the most enigmatic verses in the entire bible is also one of the most intuitively obvious once someone is honest with themselves about the state of this world, the great wickedness that we witness daily, the injustice of war, the corruption of authority, and all other horrors of humanity. Indeed, this verse captures the natural, Holy, and true response to the violence, sexual perversion, and delusion that we see, experience, and sometimes even partake in in our own shame. “And I thought the dead who are already dead more fortunate than the li ..read more
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God Retakes His Throne
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by Justin Tarr
10M ago
God Retakes His Throne The most scandalous belief in all of Christianity is that of the incarnation: that God would decide to take on flesh and live the human life common to mankind. It is not lost of Christian’s how outlandish, almost preposterous, the belief sounds. It has been the criticism of orthodoxy since the very beginning, and it’s this very claim that caused the crucifixion in the first place. Muslims, for example, leverage this attack upon Christians often by claiming that Christian’s have abandoned God’s transcendence and indivisibility. However, Christians reject this criticis ..read more
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Bridge Between Judaism and Christianity
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by John Tarr
10M ago
Bridge Between Judaism and Christianity Guest Blog by Lynwood Johnson Many Messianic see our movement as a bridge between Judaism and Christianity. To the Jews, we’re advocates of their own ‘favorite son,’ (though only a small minority of Jews now recognize that) who now reigns as their – and our – great High Priest who Himself was their – and our – Perfect Sacrifice who removes the sins of all who trust Him w their lives and eternity. On the other shore we’re a place for many believers who have a (Spirit induced?) disquiet that has led them out on a search in the belief there is much more ..read more
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If Only Darwin Had Known
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by John Tarr
10M ago
If Only Darwin Had Known This is a PDF book review of “What Darwin Didn’t Know” You can also download a free PDF of this short book at the bottom of this blog. Fazale “Fuz” Rana and Hugh Ross wrote this book for RTB (Reasons To Believe). Fazale and Hugh asked this question in the book “Would modern Biology have changed Darwin’s mind about his theory of evolution?” Interesting question indeed that I think these two did a good job answering. They also pointed out in the book – “When Charles Darwin proposed his theory of biological evolution, there was a lot of biology he didn’t know. Some of ..read more
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Not Another Fish In the Sea
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by Justin Tarr
10M ago
Not Another Fish In The Sea I have had an ongoing fish tank for the better part of 3 years. It has been a very interesting journey of stewardship as this fish tank has gone through ups and downs in its history, generations of fish coming and going. Recently, however, the switch that controls the power source of my fish tank accidentally disconnected. This meant that the filters, the light, and the automatic filter all ceased to function. What this caused was a massive near-extinction event of the population in my tank as nearly all my fish died. This left only a handful of guppies left, my ..read more
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Crucial Relationship of Life
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by John Tarr
10M ago
Crucial Relationship of Life Guest Writer Alan Tai Your most important relationships in life should be to whom you were from and to whom you will be with. When you extend your life’s time span to your beginning on earth, and assume the biological consideration of the relationships to whom you were from, they were your parents! Life is more than just biological aspect, there are also psychological and spiritual aspects. Based on the revelation of the Scripture, I use a “Roadmap of Life’s Relationships” to share the four crucial relationships that not only can affect your life on earth ..read more
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A Life Story Greg Reinert
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by John Tarr
10M ago
A Life Story Greg Reinert  I just got off the phone with my cousin and I am a bit dazed, to be honest. Greg is dying and in hospice in Minnesota. I talked with his mom, my Aunt Joan the day before, and she said Greg would like to hear from me so I called him right away that night. I had not talked with Greg in a long time so I was a bit hesitant at first. What do you talk about with someone that has only a short time to live? Since I am a decent writer and write articles for a Christian Apologetic website and do interviews for a podcasting organization, I decided I would do a written i ..read more
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What Are the Messianics?

Two Measures Foolish
by John Tarr
10M ago
What Are the Messianics? Guest Blog by Lynwood Johnson The Messianic movement or Messianism is as old as the days in which Jesus lived in Israel and identified Himself as Israel’s promised Messiah. It is also a contemporary and growing presence throughout Israel, the United States, and other nations. Many Christians are surprised to learn that all the New Testament writers were Messianic Jews, with the possible exception of Luke.  None of them ceased being Jews active in their synagogue communities, but rather they continued living as practicing Jews who understood Jesus’ words and at ..read more
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Double Portion for the Firstborn
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by Justin Tarr
10M ago
Double Portion for the Firstborn The concept of permanence is difficult for creatures as locked into temporal nature as human beings to comprehend. The entirety of Ecclesiastes comments on the vaporous vain vexations of life under the sun, and it is not without its points. However, even the wise old king Solomon had to admit that there was one unique exception to what is otherwise the agonizing reality of the entropy of all things and that is that is this: “I perceived that whatever God does endures forever; nothing can be added to it, nor anything taken from it. God has done it, so that pe ..read more
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