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One Faith (Lesson 5: Are You Interested In New Testament Christianity?)

Summary             It is my hope that you have a burning desire within your heart to do what is right – regardless of the persecutions or afflictions it may bring! Perhaps you have looked around the religious world for the truth, but, you have found that the denominations are simply not practicing New Testament Christianity. But, what if I told ...

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One Faith (Lesson 4: How Can You Know Who Is Right?)

Summary At this point in our study, I hope that you recognize that there is only “one faith” (according to Ephesians 4:5). This “one faith” refers to one system of religious belief, teaching, and practice that is acceptable to God. Up to this point in our study, our emphasis has been to observe that God does not approve of the ...

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One Faith (Lesson 3: Is It Possible To Be Religious And Still Be Wrong?)

Summary             Some say that it does not matter how you worship or how you live – saying that all morally good, religious people will be saved. But, is this a concept that is to be found within the pages of God’s word? I believe that we will (upon investigation) find that this idea is foreign to the word of ...

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One Faith (Lesson 2: Can Everyone Be Right?)

Summary             Certainly there are many different religious beliefs and practices. There is Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Christianity, and many others. Additionally, there are many different (so-called) “Christian” churches (i.e. Catholic, Baptist, Presbyterian, Methodist, Pentecostal, Lutheran, etc.). Therefore, the question, “Are all churches equally acceptable to God?” is an important one. If the answer is “Yes, all churches are equally acceptable ...

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One Faith (Lesson 1: Why Are There So Many Different Churches Today?)

Summary             As you observe the tremendous amount of religious division in the world, perhaps you have developed the same questions that I have had. Questions like:  Are all churches equally acceptable to God? Where did all of these churches come from? Does it matter what I believe and practice in the name of religion? Am I in the right ...

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