Description: End times prophecy, Evangelism,Bible Study, Current events compared to prophecy, Includes a kid's page(10-16) Daily updates.
Category: Christian Resources
Member Since: 2011-01-28
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The only clue in the scriptures that I can find is in verse 47 of Acts 10. Here Peter asks who can wihhtold water for baptizing them? Because they have received the Holy Spirit just as we have.This would indicate that Peter was talking to the people who came with him. They were there witnessing the chain of events leading up to the baptism of the first Gentiles. I would assume that they were there as witnesses that could affirm the events to other Jews. However, this is just a guess but hopefully an educated one.
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A brief guide to what to look out for on a good Christian website:-
1. Check to see if the site has a "statement of faith", or "articles of faith" (and read it!). This is a good way to determine whether or not the site is rooted in mainstream Christianity or is a cult based faith.
2. Does the site have a contact page? Without a contact page you have no way of contacting the author or webmaster should you have any questions about the content on the site.
3. Christian articles on websites about matters of faith should always refer or allude to the scriptures. The origins of Christianity are recorded in the bible, and hence the bible is the main reference point for any discussion about doctrine or Christian belief.
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