THE MAN, CLEMENT OF ROME
We left off, in Part 2 of our Early Church History Series, learning a little bit about Paul’s role in the church. Not only was he a missionary, evangelist, writer and encourager of the brethren, but he was a church planter
TAKING A LOOK AT PAUL
If you have ever wondered how there came to be so many denominations of the church, you are certainly not alone. Looking at the church as it was in the Apostles time, it’s sometimes hard to see any connection at all
A BIBLICAL PERSPECTIVE ON EARLY CHURCH HISTORY
You might think there is little to no reason to study any kind of church history. You could argue that things are the way they are, and they way they use to be simply don’t matter anymore. Except that
MORE ACCOUNTS OF THE MIRACLES OF JESUS
We continue our look into the miracles of Jesus here in Part Two. If you missed Part One, go ahead and check it out.
Walking On Water
After feeding the 5,000 people, Jesus sent his disciples by boat across to the
JESUS DID MANY MIRACLES
Everyone knows that Jesus was a miracle worker. In fact, there’s hardly a time when Jesus is mentioned that some of the miracles He did are not mentioned. Some of the better known miracles include the turning of water into wine, His
The Bible is more timely than the nightly news!
The Bible continues to prove its veracity, with every new discovery from either modern science or modern archaeology.
And the latest one is a big confirmation!
As God's timing would have it, a new archaeological discovery has confirmed
Pope Francis is back again with another wacky claim.
If he would just for once talk about Jesus (in a positive way) I could stop covering this guy. But no, that does not appear to be likely anytime soon.
No, the Pope is back again,
This guy is a real piece of work!
Pope Francis celebrated New Years Day by giving his "New Years Address", a tradition for the papacy. New Years Day is also the "Day of Peace" celebrated by the Catholic Church.
So, what did Pope Francis talk about
No, that's not my question.
That was the question posed by CNN.
And it certainly caught my attention.
You see, we here at LGD are no fans of Pope Francis. We see that he rarely speaks (positively) of Jesus Christ. The man whose sole job -- literally
As Christians, we all know there is an afterlife.
Our bodies are temporary, our souls continue on into eternity.
The Bible tells us what exactly that means, because not everyone is going to the same place.
And now, "modern science" is catching up to the Bible,