Apologetics and Basic Beliefs

Terminology and Scriptural Definitions

Terminology Yahweh In Scripture, the name of the Father is given in Hebrew as the tetragrammatron “YHVH” or “YHWH.”  While precise pronunciation is not known, most scholars believe the Name should be pronounced “Yah-weh.”  Most modern translations replace the name of...

What’s In a Name?

“What’s In A Name” Approximately six years ago our lives were changed forever.  We were being a good christians sitting in our little chairs Sunday morning in Sunday school.  Judy and I had been going to this new church for about two years at the time, because we...

The Seventieth Week of Daniel

The First Sixty-Nine Weeks (Dan 9:24-26 NASB)  “Seventy weeks have been decreed for your people and your holy city, to finish the transgression, to make an end of sin, to make atonement for iniquity, to bring in everlasting righteousness, to seal up vision and...

Passover or Easter

I’ve got a question for the average Joe & Jane Christian out there. If God (YAHWEH) told you to do something, would you do it? If he spoke to you in your shower, car or while praying, would you listen and obey? What if he wrote you a letter giving you instructions to...

Should We Observe the Sabbath?

Should We Observe The Sabbath Day? A Scriptural Response to Dr. John MacArthur’s Report: “Are the Sabbath laws binding on Christians today?” Are the Sabbath laws binding on Christians today? By John MacArthur (Response in blue – Patrick McGuire)   We believe the Old...

Who Is Israel?

For many centuries there has been a theological separation between two groups of people: “Israel” and “the Church.”  According to most Christian denominations, Israel is referred to as “God’s chosen ones” and thought to be the Jewish people.  The church is thought to...

 

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