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A Mary Christmas

A Mary Christmas

 by Vince Wall At this time of the year numbers of Catholics will display cribs depicting the manger scene in their homes - with Mary of course being prominently displayed along with Joseph. In many manger scenes Mary is often depicted as a white woman dressed...

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Did the Israelites cross at the Red Sea?

Did the Israelites cross at the Red Sea?

by John R Ecob About 1,500 BC Moses led the children of Israel out of Egypt after God had sent plagues upon the land. The journey to the promised land began at Rameses where the children of Israel had been working for...

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A Piece of Cake

A Piece of Cake

A Piece of Cake A little boy is telling his Grandma how everything is going wrong; School, family problems, severe health problems, etc. Meanwhile, Grandma is baking a cake. She asks her grandson if he would like a snack, which, of course, he does. “Here, have some...

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What’s Wrong with Whaling?

What’s Wrong with Whaling?

Originally Published in The Herald of Hope Magazine, October 2013 The International Court in the Hague has heard charges brought against Japan for whaling in the Antarctic oceans and a decision is likely to takes months....

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Did the Church Start at Pentecost?

Did the Church Start at Pentecost?

by John R Ecob DD Some teach that the Church did not begin until Acts 13 when the Gospel was preached to the Gentiles, and that baptism for believers was therefore only a Jewish rite that does not apply to the Church....

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The Archangels: Michael, Gabriel and Lucifer

The Archangels: Michael, Gabriel and Lucifer

by John R Ecob DD There are only two angels named in Scripture; Michael and Gabriel. Michael is the only angel called an Archangel or “chief angel”. In many places we read of “an angel” without any identification but it...

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Replacement and Remnant Theology

Replacement and Remnant Theology

by John R. Ecob DD The relationship between Israel and the Church is fundamental to a right understanding of Scripture and there are two major errors. Replacement Theology Replacement Theology is Christendom’s dominant...

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Baptism: Optional or Essential?

Baptism: Optional or Essential?

by Vince Wall Today in Australia there are many Christians who believe that is relatively unimportant which church they attend. As consequence, churches that practice believer’s baptism, are receiving members who regard...

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Enduring Trials – The Book of James

Enduring Trials – The Book of James

by Peter Jackson Blessed is the man that endureth temptation: for when he is tried, he shall receive the crown of life, which the Lord hath promised to them that love him Chapter one of the...

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God and Demons

God and Demons

by John R Ecob DD There are a number of instances in Scripture where we read that God directed evil spirits and it raises the whole question of the relationship of God and Satan in the unseen world (eg.1 Kings 22:20-23...

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When was the Book of Revelation Written?

When was the Book of Revelation Written?

Does it really matter? If so, Why? Preterists won’t like this article! When people write about the dating of the books of the New Testament they often reveal much about their theological position in relation to those...

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Coping with Criticism

Coping with Criticism

Author Unknown One day a farmer’s donkey fell down into a well. The animal cried piteously for hours as the farmer tried to figure out what to do. Finally, he decided the animal was old and the well needed to be covered...

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