Logos asks us to look back at American history by learning about five Black theologians, pastors, and missionaries who were influential in American and Christian history.
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By lots of people is faith about trust and can be seen that they do not have any trust in institutions like churches. Everywhere can be found empty churches or churches made into libraries or shops and even discotheques.
In the West it often looks like we have come in a Post-Christian world.
For those who believe that Jesus is God and that he is the king, there needs to be established why now in heaven, Jesus is not sitting on the throne of God, but at the right hand of the one we consider to be the Almighty God. For those who think Jesus is God who […]
Sayings that Jesus has to be God Very often we encounter Christian writings where is said Jesus has to be God because no man is ever capable to be without sin or to keep to God’s commandments. This month is not different to others. Once again we found a person saying on his website If […]
“To himthatexcelleth. A Psalm of David. The heavens declare the glory of God, and thefirmamentshoweth ye work of his hands.” (Psalms 19:1GenevaBible) “1 Then God spake all these words, saying, 2 I am the Lord thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. 3 Thou […]
The “Kingdom of God” is not only a future political entity to be established on earth; the term refers also to whatever God has Kingship over now. You can not have a Kingdom without having a king and his people. God’s people are His Kingdom, here and now. It is by listening obediently to what […]
Jesus prayed for those who will trust in him because of the words written down in the Holy Scriptures. Jesus prayed that they may all be one, just as the Father, is united with him and he with us. Together we should united with each other and united with Jesus and with Jehovah God. There […]
The creation of the one body was a direct result of Jesus his death. The Greek word for “fellowship“, koinonia, is used outside the New Testament to refer to peoples’ joint sharing of a common property. We are “in fellowship” with each other by reason of our relation to a greater whole in which we […]
When we call ourselves Christian it should be Christ who brought us together through his death on the wooden stake. We were redeemed in one body by the torture post which got us to embrace, and that was the end of the hostility. Christ came and preached peace to all the outsiders and peace to […]