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A Matter of Life and Death – Cynthia B. Lindstedt

As long as I can remember, I believed in God. I was brought up Roman Catholic and considered myself a Christian. Although I did not attend Catholic grade school, at age seven I was sent to catechism classes in preparation for my First Holy Communion. I did not understand what it was all about, but Read More

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From Religion to Relationship – Jim Tetlow

Catholicism – A Family Tradition I was raised in a large family, the fifth born of six children. Each week I attended Catholic Church with my mom and siblings. My mom was the overseer of our religious education and Catholic upbringing. Even on vacations, she would faithfully load us up into the station wagon and Read More

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Muslim Jesus vs Biblical Jesus

Muslim Jesus vs. Biblical Jesus Twenty Two Scriptural Reasons Why They Are Not the Same Jesus A Compilation and Comparison by James Sundquist, President, Rock Salt Publishing, rock.salt@verizon.net The Islamic position on the identity of Jesus is taken from the Koran and Hadiths, which together comprise the ultimate authority in the Muslim Religion. Most Muslims Read More

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The Papacy and Islam

By Richard Bennett and Robert J. Nicholson New Partnership With Muslims In his message to the predominately Muslim nation of Kazakhstan twelve days after the horrors of September 11, 2001, Pope John Paul II declared, “‘There is one God’. The Apostle proclaims before all else the absolute oneness of God. This is a truth which Read More

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To Follow Jesus Without Compromise – Victor J. Affonso

At the age of twenty-three, I was a successful commercial artist on the verge of going abroad where a job was awaiting me. I was happy at the prospect of leaving India and, thereby, also escaping the terrible anguish caused of seeing the misery of the poor in the streets of Bombay. Political saviors like Read More

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Free Indeed – Alexander (Sandy) Carson

“All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: That the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works.” (II Timothy 3:16-17) From childhood to age forty-four, seventeen years as a Roman priest (1955-1972), the Roman Catholic Church had Read More

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I Had Never Heard the True Gospel By Peggy O’Neill

I served as a sister in a religious order for about fifty years and during all that time, I had never heard the true Gospel. Certain things may be let ride, but when it comes to the Gospel there can be no compromise, because the Gospel is the power of God for salvation. A false Read More