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Should We Use the Name Jehovah?

Should We Use the Name Jehovah?by Dr. James E. Smith, Florida Christian College The name Jehovah does not occur a single time in the Hebrew text of the Old Testament. No biblical writer ever used the name Jehovah in prayer or song. Though the name Jehovah appears seven times in the King James Version and several… Read More »

Jesus’ Two Natures: God and Man

by Matt Slick Jesus is the most important person who has ever lived since he is the savior, God in human flesh. He is not half God and half man. He is fully divine and fully man. In other words, Jesus has two distinct natures: divine and human. Jesus is the Word who was God… Read More »

Jehovah Witnesses & the Trinity

By Patrick Zuckeran In the article ‘Witnessing to the Witnesses,’ I discussed effective evangelistic strategies when sharing the faith with Jehovah’s Witnesses. We covered some effective techniques such as the Witnesses’ record of false prophecy, the name “Jehovah”, the bodily resurrection of Christ, and the personality of the Holy Spirit. In this essay I would… Read More »

Examining the Book of Mormon

Written by Patrick Zukeran The Mormon Story Some people believe the Book of Mormon is a new revelation from God given to Joseph Smith. Mormons recognize it as divinely inspired and equal in authority to the Bible, but others have reason to doubt its claims. Mormon Apostle Orson Pratt wrote in 1851, “The Book of… Read More »

The Fact of Non-Christian Religions

By Rick Rood Few facts have become more evident in our lifetime than the fact that we live in a pluralistic world and society. With the rapid increase in the transmission of information and the ability to travel on a worldwide scale has also come an increasing awareness that both our world and society contain… Read More »

Characteristics of the Cults

Written by Patrick Zukeran Challenge of the Cults This church is growing so rapidly, sociologist Rodney Stark predicts that by the year 2080, it will become the most important world religion to emerge since the rise of Islam. What church is Dr. Stark describing? It is not a Christian church but the Mormon Church, an… Read More »