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Doug Harris

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As Doug has been taken home by the Lord, the Trustees want to continue the work in a way that will be honouring to God and Doug’s memory.

Articles

Easter Examined

True Christians take this time to remember the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus, very important events . The gospel is what we know as the Easter Story. “Now I make known to you, brethren, the gospel which I preached to you, which also you received, in which also you stand, by which also you are saved, if you hold…read more →

The Snare of Legalism

The Chambers Dictionary defines legalism as “strict adherence to law…the tendency to observe letter or form rather than spirit, or to regard things from the point of view of law.” It also helpfully illustrates the definition with a reference to the opposing doctrines of salvation by works and salvation by grace. I do like The Chambers Dictionary and commend it…read more →

Tyndale 1, Mormon prophets 0

The official Bible of the Mormon Church is the Authorised Version or, as it is known in America, the King James Bible, or King James Version (KJV). Its not so much that Mormons are ‘King James Only’ exponents, as that this was the Bible in whose style Joseph Smith wrote the Book of Mormon. This being the case, it is…read more →

Why Jehovah’s Witnesses Don’t Celebrate Easter

The landing page of JW.ORG currently shows a piece explaining why Jehovah’s Witnesses don’t celebrate Easter. There is also a link to an article explaining what the Bible says about Easter. Their explanations might, at first glance, look plausible and you might imagine someone doing a book study and hearing these things for the first time being given pause for…read more →

Danger of Divination by Tina Storey

Like many non-Christian families, visiting Spiritualists and Fortune Tellers was our form of Spirituality. We simply didn’t know any better and nobody taught us otherwise. From being a teenager my mother and I visited Mediums, Psychics, Crystal Ball and Tarot Card readers. We went to people’s houses for ‘sittings’ to attempt to contact the dead and receive messages. We began…read more →

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