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APOLOGETICS
'... earnestly contend for the faith which was once for all delivered unto the saints (Christians). Jude 3


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This is frequently cited by atheists as proof that the God of the Bible cannot exist.
v   Can God create a rock so heavy he can't lift it


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Universalism is the belief that everyone will be saved. But what does the Bible teach...  
v   Universalism


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Explore the evidence for yourself.
v   Why should I believe in Christ's resurrection?


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If God is all powerful and loving.  Why doesn't He stop it?
v   Why is there suffering in the world?


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Though there have been many great teachers throughout history, none of them have performed such miracles and claimed to be divine as Jesus claimed.
v   Who is Jesus?


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Only God could perform the miracle of the Incarnation.
v   Why is the Virgin birth so important?


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It takes sin seriously, indicating that God takes sin seriously and gives a death penalty for it. Sin is not a small matter.
v   Why is Christianity such a bloody religion?


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This question is one of the best questions asked in the entire Bible...and it was asked by an unbeliever.
v   What is Truth?


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Tritheism is the teaching that the Godhead is really three separate beings forming three separate gods. 
v   What is Tritheism?


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Some of the major aspects of Jesus Christ stand in stark contrast to what's in the world's religions.
v   What is the difference - Jesus and world religions?


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Sikhism is the third major branch of Hinduism and was founded by a man named Nanak, who was born in India in 1469.
v   What is Sikhism?


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Jainism began in the 6th century as a reformation movement within Hinduism. It is based on the teachings of its founder, Mahavira.
v   What is Jainism?


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The religion of Islam was begun early in the 7th century by a man named Muhammad who claimed to have been visited by the angel Gabriel.
v   What is Islam?


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Deism is essentially the view that God exists, but that He is not directly involved in the world.
v   What is Deism?


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Christianity teaches that there is only one God in all existence, that God made the universe, the Earth, and created Adam and Eve.
v   What is Christianity?


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The Buddha lived and died well before the time of Jesus. His travels never took him more than a couple of hundred kilometres from his home.
v   What is Buddhism?


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Apollinarianism was the heresy taught by Apollinaris the Younger, bishop of Laodicea in Syria about 361. 
v   What is Apollinarianism?


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Comparing Hinduism and Christianity is difficult, in part, because Hinduism is a slippery religion for westerners to grasp.
v   I am a Hindu...


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All the world's religions have some level of truth in them, but ultimately, Jesus is the only answer to the human condition.
v   I am a Buddhist...


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But why doesn't God just exhibit himself in such a blatant way that people would HAVE to believe he exists? A good answer is presented by Philip Yancey in his book, The Jesus I Never Knew...
v   Why doesn't God perform a miracle?


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What does the Bible say about suffering? Why does God allow man to suffer? How does the Bible explain natural disasters?
v   Suffering


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The first-century Roman Tacitus, who is considered one of the more accurate historians of the ancient world, mentioned superstitious "Christians " ("named after Christus" which is Latin for Christ), who suffered under Pontius Pilate during the reign of Tiberius.
v   Did Jesus really exist?


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There are many religions in the world. How do I know which is right?
v   What about other religions?


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What is unique about Christianity?
v   What is Christianity?


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I think Christianity is intolerant of other religions. What is your opinion?
v   Is Christianity intolerant?


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What is marriage? If two people are really committed to each other and are faithful to each other, isn't it the same as being married?
v   Christian Marriage


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The first time Jesus the Messiah came to earth, it was to fulfil the promise of a holy One who would suffer for Israel's sins and be their perfect Sacrifice.
v   Why should I believe on Jesus the Messiah?


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What do you think about the stigmata of Padre Pio?
v   The Stigma of Padre Pio