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Faces Surrounding Calvary: Pontius Pilate

In A.D. 26, Pontius Pilate was appointed as procurator of Judea. Philo describes Pilate as a harsh, spiteful and brutal man. Jesus, after being found guilty by the Sanhedrin, was led to Pilate. Luke records the charges as sedition and declaring Himself to be a king:...

What Shall I Do With Jesus?: The Disciples

The fourth group we will consider are the disciples of Jesus. In John 6, some of the followers of Jesus wanted to turn away from Him once they learned of the demands He placed on them. He said in vs. 53, “Verily, verily, I say unto you, Except ye eat the flesh of the...
The “Great Communion”

The “Great Communion”

On October 4, 2009, churches which were historically identified with the “Restoration Movement” (Churches of Christ, Christian Churches, and Disciples of Christ) sought participation in a memorial to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Thomas Campbell’s “Declaration...
“Spirit-Baptized ‘Christians’”

“Spirit-Baptized ‘Christians’”

The Pentecostal Movement In America A glance back in history during the period of Martin Luther up until the nineteenth century will show that movements in history have committed themselves to the restoration of the first-century gospel. This seems strange, but the...

“Conversations With God”

Conversations with God is the first in a series of nine books released in 1995 by Neale Donald Walsch. The original book stayed on the New York Times Best-Sellers List for 137 weeks and was made into a movie in 2006. One of this series of books, called Conversations...

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