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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
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There is an understandable caution in most Christians meeting cult members. It can seem like playing with fire. It is true that speaking to a Jehovah’s Witness, or a Mormon, is not like speaking to someone indifferent to spiritual things. The cult member has a faith, a world-view, and carefully structured arguments. Reachout Trust exists to equip Christians to meet…read more →
Journey with a Jehovah’s Witness – Who Is God? A series by Malcolm Goodwin Setting the Scene The Jehovah’ Witness understanding of God derives from a superficial approach to Scripture. In writing this short multi-part article, I want to do more than simply furnish the reader with a set of rote answers. Anyone can do that and, in reality, no…read more →
The God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob By Malcolm Goodwin In the introduction to this series I established the concept of person as having three elements which were exemplified in the introduction of God to Moses in the burning bush. I suggested that there was a referential element (I am the God of your…read more →
A Plea for Christadelphians to Test Their Tradition by Tony Cox The Christadelphian Faith seems very much a family religion. It is divided into numerous different sects and exclusive Fellowship groupings, yet there is probably one common characteristic they all share; most Christadelphians seem to have been born into their particular Christadelphian sect, and/or have married into it. Consequently, many…read more →
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 →