What is truth?

The search for truth, whether in scientific, philosophical or ethical contexts, is the desire of every human heart. Truth as an absolute concept must involve the Supreme Being of the Universe.​

For the Christian, the God of the Bible is called "God of Truth" (Isaiah 65:16). God entrusted Jesus, His Only Begotten Son, with the work […]

August 18th, 2018|God, Faith, Miscellaneous Bible Questions, Religions|

How do we answer pre-believers who say all religions are the same?

Many religions are the same! Their gods take only a fraction of mankind to heaven. The great majority of mankind are condemned to eons of suffering either here on earth through reincarnation or in hell. These gods have supposedly created a great and beautiful universe but populated it with lost, sinful souls.​

Most Christian religions are […]

July 13th, 2018|Religions, Salvation and Ransom|

Where did Buddha, Einstein or other mystics get their wisdom? Does JEHOVAH GOD give any honest, sincere seekers wisdom?

All truths, both in the natural world and spiritual dimensions, belong to God. Deuteronomy 29:29, ‘“The secret things belong to the LORD our God, but the things that are revealed belong to us and to our children forever, that we may do all the words of this law.” The purpose of revealed knowledge is to […]

Why is there Religion?

“The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands.” Psalm 19:1 (NIV). All creation testifies that a great and powerful god must have designed the universe. Then the question becomes, “what is that Creator like?” The enormity, complexity, and precision of nature reflects an all-knowing and all-powerful god. The Creator’s justice is […]

September 26th, 2017|God, Faith, Religions, Sin and the Permission of Evil|

What is the Mass?

Christ's continual sacrifice was not actually canceled or abolished by Papacy, but it was set aside by a false doctrine – which completely set aside the merit of Christ's sacrifice as a continual and ever-efficacious one. This false doctrine is known as the Mass, or Sacrifice of the Mass.

Protestants in general totally misunderstand this so-called sacrament. They suppose it […]

Does God have an organization?

When we search for truth, we receive great comfort and joy when we find a group which tries to practice true Christianity. That group of individuals will naturally become organized as they carry forward their common goals. During that organizing process, it is also human nature for the group to identify themselves with a name […]

Did Mary the mother of Jesus die? And why do Catholics pray to and through Mary?

Mary certainly died. As the Apostle Paul wrote in 1 Corinthians 15:22, “…in Adam all die…” Since Mary was part of the Adamic race, she did die. The last mention of her in the Bible does confirm that she continued as a believer with other Christians in the early church.   Acts 1:14, “These all continued […]

Is it wrong to celebrate Jesus's birthday? I'm a Baptist member but someone told me that Christmas and Easter are pagan celebrations.

We believe that Jesus was born about October 1st. However, since Jesus never suggested we commemorate His birthday, it’s not important which day we choose to celebrate that wonderful, blessed event. Upon Christmas day, we may properly enough join with all whose hearts are in the attitude of love and appreciation toward God and toward […]

In Hinduism when people take ordinary food and offer it to their idol Krishna, it becomes prasadham, food sanctified by the Lord. Then the Hindus will eat it. Does this food become devil’s food? Can Christians eat it?

The church in Corinth had this same problem. Some of the believers were saying they should not eat meat offered to idols. Others said an idol is nothing, just rock, so it really doesn’t hurt the food. We can eat that meat. This is how the Apostle Paul answered the question in 1 Corinthians 8:4-13 […]

Hanging in the sanctuary of our church is a banner of an easter egg with a rabbit on it ? Are these Christian symbols?

Easter is the name that has been adopted by most Christian churches for the celebration of the resurrection of Christ.  It is regarded as one of the most holy days of the Christian calendar.  The English word is from Eostre, a pagan goddess of spring and fertility and many of the Easter customs probably had […]

April 16th, 2016|Religions|