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Scientology And Hubbard

In the past Hubbard has corresponded with this Bureau and Department of Justice on several occasions for various reasons, including complaints about his wife and about alleged communists. In one lengthy letter in May.  1951, it is perhaps noteworthy that Hubbard stated that while he was in his apartment on February 23, 1951, about two or three o’clock in the…

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Science Reveals God

As a rule, when God and science are mentioned together, it is either in an effort to disprove God or science. There are admittedly contradictions between God and science, especially modern, pseudo science (I Tim. 6: 20, KJV). In this material, though, we want to briefly examine how true science actually reveals God and certain truths about God (as taught…

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Rules from God

Wake Up!  Decide to have a good day. “Today is the day the Lord hath made; let us rejoice and be glad in it.” Psalms 118:24 Dress Up!  The best way to dress up is to put on a smile. A smile is an inexpensive way to improve your looks. “The Lord does not look at the things man looks at.…

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Psalm 23

The Lord is my Shepherd That’s Relationship! I shall not want That’s Supply! He makes me to lie down in green pastures. That’s Rest! He leads me beside the still waters. That’s Refreshment! He restores my soul That’s Healing! He leads me beside the still waters. That’s Refreshment! He leads me in the paths of righteousness. That’s Guidance! For His…

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Protestant’s vs. Catholicism

Protestant’s vs. Catholicism Protestant’s vs. Catholicism Catholicism vs. Protestant’s The Bible: The old and new testaments are the only sources of Christian doctrine and are inspired by God. The Bible: Sources of doctrine include: Certain papal declarations Old Testament New Testament Apocrypha Catholic Church Traditions Catholic interpretation of the Bible Purgatory: Purgatory is totally unscriptural.  Christ’s sacrifice on the Cross-was…

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‘Prayer language’ belief defies ban

By Julia Duin THE WASHINGTON TIMES June 4, 2007 Fifty percent of Southern Baptist pastors revealed in a poll they believe the Holy Spirit bestows a “private prayer language” on believers, a repudiation of official denominational policy banning its missionaries from speaking in tongues. In a survey released Friday, the Nashville, Tenn.-based LifeWay Research, the research arm of America’s second-largest…

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The New Testament Timeline

The New Testament Timeline Author Book Date John Revelation AD 90-96 John 3 John AD 85-96 John 2 John AD 85-96 John 1 John AD 85-96 Peter 2 Peter AD 64-66 Peter 1 Peter AD 63-64 Joseph James (Mary’s son) AD 45-49 *Unknown Hebrew AD 64-70 Paul Titus AD 63-65 Paul 2 Timothy AD 66-67 Paul 1 Timothy AD 62-64…

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The Earthly Mother Of Jesus

Catholics believe Mary is the mediator to Christ. The Rosary, which is the most common prayer ritual of Roman Catholics, has ten prayers to Mary for each one devoted to God. One of the important developments was the promulgation of the Dogma of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary in 1854, that is, that Mary was conceived and born…

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The Bible And Science Of Interpretation

Hermeneutics Handling Aright the Word The Science of Interpretation      I do not need tell you that the religious world is seriously divided. There are multiplied thousands of divergent religions and new ones starting each month. Why is this? There are many reasons for the divided state of the religious world but one paramount cause is the lack of serious…

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God Has A Positive Answer

YOU SAY GOD SAYS BIBLE VERSES You say: “It’s impossible” God says: All things are possible (Luke 18:27) You say: “I’m too tired” God says: I will give you rest (Matthew 11:28-30) You say: “Nobody really loves me” God says: I love you (John 3:16 & John 3:34 ) You say: “I can’t go on” God says: My grace is…

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