Christ, Our Passover

It is noteworthy the Holy Bible in 1 Cor. 5:7 describes Jesus Christ as “our Passover,” but never calls Him “our Easter.” The Bible, which represents the God-breathed Word of God, would not have attributed such a description to Christ. Why? The Bible doesn’t consider Easter a biblical festival and it does not have roots […]

Is There an Eternal Hellfire?

  I’ll be your guide and you will follow me, And I will lead you through a world of pain, Where dead souls writhe in endless agony and clamor, As they cry to die again.” Dante Alighieri, The Divine Comedy The doctrine of an eternal Hell was around at the time when Italian Poet Alighieri […]

Archaeology Corner

December 31, 2007 by  
Filed under Biblical History

King Herod’s Tomb Found? Has the tomb of King Herod been found? King Herod was the reigning King of Judea, from around 37 B.C. to 4 B.C. (during the time of Jesus’ birth). Professor Ehud Netzer, an archaeologist from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, says he located Herod’s tomb at Herodium, just south of Jerusalem. […]

How Archaeology Proves the Bible

The Old and New Testament writings of the Bible have long been considered fables and myths—thereby, deemed untrustworthy. For some critics, if you cannot prove something with empirical evidence, it is not to be taken seriously. As we’ll see in this article, the authenticity of the Bible is supported by empirical, archaeological evidence. Men of […]

Letter to Polycrates

April 1, 2007 by  
Filed under Biblical History, Is it Christian?

Controversy was brewing again, not a bit unusual in the Second Century, since the departure of the highly respected and last living apostle ‘Saint’ John. It was near the close of the Second Century in Ephesus, Asia Minor, an area where great men of God such as the apostles Paul and John, had trod the […]

From Passover to Easter

 Unquestionably, Jesus Christ was a Jewish Passover observing individual. He never kept an Easter in His life! How then, did the day He both observed and instituted for the sacrificial emblems of His body and blood change from Passover to Easter? Who did it and how was it done? Church history is a fascinating story. […]

The Origins of the Christmas Tree

The Christmas tree is said to have originated in Germany with the decoration of pine trees with fancy ornaments. However, there are alternate theories that suggest otherwise. In fact, there are many legends about the Christmas tree that led to the widespread belief that the Christmas tree is an essential part of the Christmas season […]

The Evolution of Christmas

Every year, Christians around the world sing hymns in celebration of the birth of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Today, Christmas is widely recognized as a season for charity, kindness, generosity and other virtues. Love is in the air and hearts are filled with joy. However, many would be surprised to learn that this […]

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