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  • A Rebuttal to Newsweek's Cover Story on 'The Myths of Jesus'

    12/27/2012 3:50:43 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 52 replies
    Christian Post ^ | 12/27/2012 | Jerry Newcombe
    Suppose you were to read an overall negative article about a man who outwardly appeared to be respectable---but then, suppose you found out that, unbeknownst to the readers of the article, it was actually penned by his ex-wife? Wouldn't that make you at least a little suspicious about the article's contents? So it is with Newsweek's cover story on Jesus (Dec. 17), entitled, "The Myths of Jesus." They show a Nativity scene with bubble quotes asking these questions: "Who Was Jesus?" "How Many Wise Men Were There?" "Did He Have a Wife?" "In a Manger or a Cave?" "Why Bethlehem?"...
  • JESUS is GOD

    01/16/2008 6:04:53 PM PST · by Acts 16 31 · 30 replies · 28+ views
    Acts 16:31 | 1-16-2008 | Acts 16:31
    Many of the previous objections to the Christian faith originate from lack of true Biblical understanding. If both the Old and New Testaments were read and studied within proper context, these questions would be answered to the objector's satisfaction. To get a more complete understanding of the scripture in question, it's suggested that more than a single verse be read; rather, read the chapters before, current (with questionable verse), and after. For example, if chapter X, verse Y is questioned, then for clearer contextual understanding, read (very carefully) all of chapters before, current, and after. Remember most religions compare themselves...
  • Muslims publish 'Jesus' ad

    03/24/2004 5:27:13 AM PST · by joesnuffy · 31 replies · 553+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | March 24, 2004 | WorldNetDaily
    Muslims publish 'Jesus' ad Campaign seeks to change hearts and minds of Americans Posted: March 24, 2004 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2004 A controversial Islamic lobby group has published an ad in California newspapers seeking to win acceptance with the message that Muslims "respect and revere Jesus" as do Christians. The ad by the Southern California office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, is headlined "More In Common Than You Think," with a photograph of the old city of Jerusalem. CAIR has launched an advertising campaign called "Islam in America," which in the wake of tensions resulting...