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“What is an Evangelical Christian?”


To begin, let’s break down the two words. The term “Christian” essentially means “little Christ.” “Christian” is the term given to followers of Jesus Christ in the first century A.D. (Acts 11:26). The term “evangelical” comes from the Greek word … Continue reading

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“What does the Bible say about cavemen?”


The Bible does not use the term “caveman” or “Neanderthals,” and according to the Bible there is no such thing as “prehistoric” man. The term “prehistoric” means “belonging to the era before recorded history.” It presupposes that the biblical account … Continue reading

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Why Don’t We See Miracles Today?


  (Post Author: Bill Pratt) Many people wonder why we don’t see miracles such as the parting of the sea, the raising of the dead, and people walking on water.  It seems like miracles were pretty common in the Old … Continue reading

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What does the Bible say about casting out demons?


Exorcism (commanding demons to leave other people) was practiced by various people in the Gospels and the Book of Acts—the disciples as part of Christ’s instructions (Matthew 10); others using Christ’s name (Mark 9:38); the children of the Pharisees Luke … Continue reading

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What does the Bible say about foot-washing?


There are some very good Christians that practice foot-washing.  Is this wrong?  Of course not.  How could doing something that Jesus did be wrong?  The real questions should be: Is it wrong not to practice foot-washing? The dusty and dirty … Continue reading

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