What Are The Times Of The Gentiles?

by Jack Wellman
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The Apostle Paul wrote about a time where Israel’s heart would be hardened until “the fullness of the Gentiles,” so what does that mean, and when will that time come? Salvation is of the Jews Jesus told the Samaritan Woman at the Well, “You worship what you do not know; we worship what we know, […]

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How Pandemics, Depressions And Disasters Are Used By God

by Jack Wellman
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How can any good come from global pandemics, economic depressions, and natural disasters? God has a history of using evil for good. The Black Plague Perhaps the worst disaster to ever occur in human history, besides the Flood, was the Black Plague, which was also known as the Pestilence and the Great Mortality, but it […]

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How To Trust In God When Your Life’s Falling Apart

by Jack Wellman
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How can we hold on in a world that’s falling apart, even when financial or physical hardships hit us hard? Pandemics and Economics Who would have thought just a few months ago that a deadly pandemic would sweep the globe, ruining or closing thousands of businesses, forcing millions to the unemployment lines, and have families […]

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Should You Mention Your Religion on Your Resume?

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When you’re writing your resume, should you include your religious affiliation? Will it help or hurt your chances for the job? Contributing to Society Being able to succeed professionally is what many people strive for, and the reasons for that are different: all people need to provide for their families/themselves, become professionals in what they […]

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Why Was the Veil Torn After the Crucifixion?

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What is the significance of the veil being torn at the crucifixion of Christ? What does this tell us? The Easter Story The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ — what we often refer to as the story of Easter — is the most important event in human history. For that reason, most people are […]

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What Is Biblical Eisegesis And What Is Exegesis?

by Jack Wellman
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What is biblical exegesis and what is biblical eisegesis and why is the latter so dangerous when reading and studying the Bible? Eisegesis Eisegesis is, in short, the exact opposite of hermeneutics. Where hermeneutics is concerned with extracting the meaning out of biblical text, eisegesis (sometimes called “isogesis”) attempts to insert one’s own interpretation or […]

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What Is Christian Hedonism?

by Jack Wellman
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What is Christian hedonism and why is it a threat to the Christianity of the Bible? Hedonists Hedonists are those who practice hedonism, and hedonism is the pursuit of pleasure or sensual self-indulgence. To the hedonist, it’s all about the pleasures in life and satisfaction of desires. That’s the highest good and proper aim of […]

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What You And Your Church Can Do To Stop Racism

by Jack Wellman
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Even though there may be no racists in your church, there are ways you and your church can reduce racism around you, and in your communities. Prejudice There are all sorts of ways we can show prejudice toward people. We seem to naturally judge people on sight. For one thing, it is our human nature […]

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What Is A Reprobate Mind? Can We Become A Reprobate?

by Jack Wellman
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The Apostle Paul wrote about some who finally came to a have a reprobate mind, so what is a reprobate and is there a risk we can reprobate? A Reprobate A reprobate is someone who is an unprincipled person. To the hyper-Calvinist, they are a sinner who is not of the elect and is predestined […]

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What The Bible Says About Racism

by Jack Wellman
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What does the Bible teach about racism, prejudice, and bias? The Old Testament One of my favorite chapters in the Old Testament is Leviticus 19. Now you might think that the Book of Leviticus is strictly about the Old Testament Laws, and you’d be right, but some of these laws were separate from the sacrificial […]

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