Doug Harris is hosts a debate between Calvin Smith and Rev. Elizabeth Welch on the subject of Ecu
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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We begin a new series looking at the fundamentals of the gospel in John’s letters. This time we look at who is God and what is it to walk in God’s light? Introduction John’s message was always one of God’s love and God’s light, this can be seen throughout his writings. The New English Bible entitles John’s fist letter “A…read more →
The Mormon God has evolved with the thinking of Mormon leaders. The Book of Mormon, the earliest Mormon text, insists there is one God. In a discussion between two characters named Amulek and Zeezrom we read: ‘And Zeezrom said unto him: Thou sayest there is a true and living God? And Amulek said: Yea, there is a true and living…read more →
In his Theological Word Book of the Bible (an essential on every Bible scholar’s shelf) Alan Richardson points out: ‘The knowledge of God is not reached by abstract speculation as in Gk. philosophy, but in the actual everyday business of living, or social relationships and of current historical events. God is not known by thinking out ideas about him, but…read more →
Only Latter-day Saints baptize living people on behalf of the dead. The LDS maintain that temple baptism for the dead is endorsed by the Scriptures and was part of the original Christian faith as established two thousand years ago. However, a study of Christian antiquities reveals that baptism for the dead was not practised by the first followers of Jesus,…read more →
Are Extremism Disruption Orders bringing us in line with the worse of old Soviet oppression? A Barnabus Fund report of 30th June tells of ‘draconian Soviet era restrictions on religious freedom. ‘The new law will require any sharing of the Christian faith – even a casual conversation – to have prior authorisation from the state. This includes something as basic…read more →
Jehovah’s Witnesses worshipped Jesus until 1954, after which they were told such worship was idolatrous. This made them a polytheistic religion for most of their history. The core to religion is God, and to change the God you worship is to change the very essence and basis of the religion. Of the countless alterations in Witness doctrine, the one regarding…read more →