How Can I Become A Christian? Part Six: The Romans Road

In the Book of Romans, the Apostle Paul lays out some very important and key doctrines for becoming a Christian. Different people take different approaches to the total number of verses, but there are certain doctrines which are considered essential. The book of Romans was written to the most educated people of world. The first... Continue Reading →

How Can I Become A Christian? Part Four: Repentance

Paul said, “John baptized with the baptism of repentance, telling the people to believe in Him who was coming after him, that is, in Jesus.” (Acts 19:4) Whenever people bring up the idea that repentance is necessary to become a Christian, that is, part of salvation, for some reason, people say, "Oh, you believe in... Continue Reading →

Homeschool Standardized Results

Secularists have questioned how well homeschooled students do on the life science sections of standardized tests, since a belief in evolution is incorporated into the tests. Home-schooled students average in the eighty-sixth percentile, national average K-12, for life sciences. "The study included almost 12,000 home-school students from all 50 states who took three well-known... Continue Reading →

How Can I Become A Christian? Part Three: How Difficult Is it to Become a Christian?

After reading the first two posts in this series, some people will say I am making becoming a Christian too difficult. The thief on the cross and the Philippian jailer were both saved with very few words. The thief on the cross was, however, a Jew, and any Jew would have heard and understood at... Continue Reading →

School Indoctrination

From the video Sacred Geometry DNA changes 2012 Mollecular Atom Consciousness... My first comment is that they spelled molecular incorrectly in their title. "With the deliberate push for government controlled educational curriculums, generation after generation of the youth are being taught to focus only on the facts, figures and numbers. Repetition is used to train... Continue Reading →

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