Jesus The Prince of Peace - Online Christian Teaching
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Jesus; The Prince of Peace

The Father of John the Baptist prophesied the before John the Baptist was born, saying: “You, child, will be called the prophet of the Highest; for ‘you will travel before the face of the Lord to prepare his ways.’  You are to give knowledge of salvation to his people in …


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Another Funeral for the Slain - Radical Islamic Terorism in Israel
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Another Funeral for the Slain

Another Funeral for the Slain In Israel funerals has been held for two Jews who were murdered by an Arab in a drive-by shooting, which took place in Jerusalem. He wounded five others. He was eventually killed in order to stop him continuing to kill. The Muslim Arab was praised …


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Jesus or ISIS - The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria - Christianity and Islam
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Jesus or ISIS?

The Islamic State continues with its threats against what it perceives as the Christian West, though I wish the West were a lot more Christian, not less. But it seems to me that Muslims around the world are also being challenged by ISIS and many similar groups equally dedicated to …


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Motives for Communicating Faith - Jesus Christ for Muslims
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Message of the Day – Motives for Communicating Faith

Why do people attempt to communicate about their faith to others? What motives exist behind that? Christians do it. Muslims do it. Atheists do it. But why? This first reason, and the principle justification, is a desire to genuinely assist others through the dissemination of what one understands to be …


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Message of the day - The Contents of the Bible (JCM)
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Message of the day – The Contents of the Bible

In some cultures and religions it is forbidden to read the Bible. The authorities do not want their people knowing what it says. Perhaps they do not know what it says. So I thought I would provide a brief contents page by telling briefly their subject matter. The Bible is …


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My God my God why have you forsaken me - Jesus last words on Cross
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My God, My God, why have You forsaken me?

“My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” This statement Jesus made while he was on the Cross, and some have argued that this shows Jesus was not the Son of God or divine in any sense.  But is that really so?  To understand this saying properly, we need …


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The Good News - from dust of the earth to enthroned by Christ
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The Good-News: from dust of the earth to enthroned by Christ

The Good-News: from dust of the earth to enthroned by Christ So many human ideologies and religions reduce the status of humankind. For example, this is what secular humanism has to teach about human beings: The earth is a tiny spec in a vast universe, and therefore irrelevant Humans are …


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Christian Pastors – A call to follow the good Shepherd
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Christian Pastors – A call to follow the good Shepherd

Today “Graham Ford” the president of “Jesus Christ for Muslims” & “Partners with the Persecuted” ministries shares his experience with us through this video that how he noticed some Church leaders, Pastors and missionaries like to live in a particular way rather than living with the similar economic conditions to …


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Key Questions Who is Jesus - Jesus Christ for Muslims
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Message of the day – Key Questions: Who is Jesus?

In this series we ask some key questions. We start with this: Who is Jesus? A Muslim would answer that Jesus was a prophet of God, but he cannot be the son of God, for God has no equal, and there can only be one God. The problem with this …


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Reply to the Breaking the Cross issue of the ISIS Magazine Dabiq
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Answering ISIS – A Short Reply to the ‘Breaking the Cross’ issue of the ISIS Magazine ‘Dabiq’

This glossy on-line magazine (Dabiq), 82 pages long, is filled with reassuringly professional quality photographs and 12 densely worded articles: some supposedly theological in content, some heart-warming human interest stories of Islamic converts and jihadists, concluding with an inspiring piece ‘By the Sword’ aimed at telling us Christians and the …


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