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Jewish burial customs in the 1st Century and Shroud of Turin evidence

The intent of the following article is to dig a little bit deeper into Jewish burial customs of the 1st Century.

I realized that understanding these customs in a proper manner will also clarify our understanding of the reports of the Gospels. 1,916 more words

A Faith Crisis?

You name it, I’ve done it when it comes to typical Christian church experiences. As a child, I regularly attended services with my parents, looked forward to Sunday School and Choir each week, and eagerly participated in the annual Bible Challenge many years in a row. 863 more words

Happiness

Live forever.

The life we live in this world is short.  Like the flowers of the grass, we are here today and gone tomorrow.  But the word of the Lord endures forever.  277 more words

Religion

We Need God

Christ heals ten lepers and only one came back to thank Him.  In human terms, the Lord felt this ingratitude.  We owe God homage and recognition.  367 more words

Bulletins

The Visitation

Almost thirty years ago, I had an experience that would change my life forever. It was not your everyday type of occurrence, nor was it one, that I would have expected or even thought possible. 3,527 more words

Jesus Of Nazareth

A Eucharistic People, A Loving People

One early morning several years ago, on the radio I heard a father tell a story about his son, home from college on a semester break.  476 more words

Bulletins

Counter-Missionary: Jesus Never Existed - Kenneth Humphreys - "Caesar's Messiah: The Roman Conspiracy to Invent Jesus"

Shalom everyone! The following is a video clip of an interview given by scholar Kenneth Humphreys, in which he proves the Jesus (yeshu… 247 more words

Counter-Missionary