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Debate on Indulgences

Originally posted on Apologetics and Agape:
Dr. James White vs. Roman Catholic Peter D. Williams debate Indulgences. Peter D. Williams is another one of those Roman Catholic lay apologists who do most of “the heavy lifting”. (Matthew Schultz) “The refrain…

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Insightful comments on Philippians 4:5

Originally posted on Apologetics and Agape:
John MacArthur has some very insightful comments on the verse in Philippians 4:5 – Let your forbearing / reasonable / content / gracious / gentle spirit be evident to all men, the Lord is…

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Historical Testimony for Jesus’ Death and Deity

The Death of Jesus and the Defeat of Islam: https://www.risenjesus.com/the-death-of-jesus-the-defeat-of-islam The Early Church Fathers on Jesus: https://www.risenjesus.com/the-early-church-fathers-on-jesus  

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Debate: The Qur’an’s view of the Previous Scriptures, Shabir Ally vs. David Wood

Originally posted on Apologetics and Agape:
Besides the very clear presentation by David Wood that the Qur’an: Affirms/confirms مصدق the inspiration of the previous Scriptures – Surah 3:84, 2:136; 3:3-4 Affirms/confirms مصدق the preservation of the previous Scriptures – Surah…

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Good reasons to keep on celebrating (and studying the historical and theological issues) the Protestant Reformation of 1517

http://beggarsallreformation.blogspot.com/2017/05/good-reasons-to-keep-on-celebrating.html

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