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Doug Harris is hosts a debate between Calvin Smith and Stephen Sizer on the subject of has the Ch
Doug Harris is hosts a debate with Cecil Andrews and Fr. Keith McMillan about the doctrine of Mar
Doug Harris hosts a debate with Cecil Andrews and Peter Williams on the Mass and Transubstantiati
Doug Harris hosts a debate between Victor Hulbert and Gerard Chrispen on the subject of Seventh d
Doug Harris is hosts a debate between Rev Mike Kola Ewuosho and Russell Earl Kelly on the subject
Doug Harris is hosts a debate between Jack Moorman and Dr James White on the subject should we ex
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What do you think of when your hear the word ‘sanctified?’ Paul’s first letter to Christians in Thessalonica is best summed up in verse one of chapter four, ‘How to live in order to please God.’ The context is very important if we are to appreciate its application today. Paul was writing to a church living in what was a hostile…read more →
The American 19th Century was a religious boiling pot from which all kinds of ideas, abstractions, and movements emerged, from the early days of the Seventh Day Adventists, through the followers of William Miller (Millerites), and John Thomas (Christadelphians), to the Watchtower Society in the latter part of the century. Such groups were overwhelmingly preoccupied by the second Adventism that…read more →
In the United States Mormonism is something of an enigma. The Mormon Church is still distinctive enough in its core beliefs to draw suspicion in mainstream churches but, unlike other aberrant groups, it plays a full and active role in American society, culture, and politics. The struggle is on to square that circle, to reconcile these dichotomous elements of this…read more →
When we think about the obstacles to faith faced by the cult member we might think of the pressure from the group to ‘stay faithful,’ the reminder of covenant promises that will be broken if they leave, the threat of rewards forfeited if they walk away, blessings lost, a life wasted, an eternity of regret. Our ministry is, in large…read more →
It is popularly believed among Jehovah’s Witnesses that God’s name has been increasingly, and deliberately, expunged from modern Bible translations. What marks them out, in their own thinking, is their faithfulness to God’s name. They include it in their own Bible, The New World Translation, even in places where it is not to be found in any manuscripts. This, they…read more →
Easter this year (2015) fell on the weekend of 5th April. This was also the weekend of the Mormon Annual General Conference so you might expect a special theme to run through this conference weekend. A theme did emerge, one that has coloured the whole conference, although not one you might expect. Look at the themes running through the conference:…read more →