Do I Need A Name Change After I Become Born Again?

Urban Legends examines widely held myths from a Biblical perspective. No, you don’t have to change your name whatever your name means. Let’s analyze the issue from the word of God. In 2 Timothy 2:15 Paul advises on “correctly analyzing and accurately dividing the Word of Truth.” You see, just as the Bible is broadly Read more about Do I Need A Name Change After I Become Born Again?[…]

What Does It Mean To Be A Castaway?

What makes Christianity unique relative to other religions of the world is the agency of Jesus Christ. Everything the Christian has comes THROUGH JESUS. “IN HIM (Jesus) we have redemption – deliverance and salvation THROUGH HIS BLOOD, the remission, forgiveness of our offences, shortcomings and trespasses, in accordance with the riches and the generosity of Read more about What Does It Mean To Be A Castaway?[…]

How Do I Work Out My Salvation With Fear And Trembling?

The phrase, “Working out your salvation with fear and trembling” is a direct quote from the King James Bible translation of Philippians 2:12, part of Paul’s letter to the Philippians. It’s one of the most misquoted and least understood texts in Christiandom. It’s often used to support the argument of salvation by moral observance (self-effort) Read more about How Do I Work Out My Salvation With Fear And Trembling?[…]

Is There Such A Thing As Eternal Salvation?

What makes Christianity so unique and so revolutionary is not just the concept of vicarious liability but the moral inversion of same. And this is not an outsider’s perspective. The Bible itself acknowledges it. It states in Romans 5:7 (MSG): “We can understand someone dying for a person worth dying for, and we can understand Read more about Is There Such A Thing As Eternal Salvation?[…]

What Does it Mean to be Born Again?

Here’s a pretty cool explanation of the “born-again’ and “salvation” stuff Christians always talk about. Christians talk about being “born again”. But what does it mean to be “born again” and why do we need to be? First you need to know where the term came from. It was actually Jesus who used the phrase. Read more about What Does it Mean to be Born Again?[…]

Who Is Jesus? (Part 3) – Source Code

This is the third installment in the series, Who is Jesus? If you missed Parts 1 & 2 please click here. The conception of a Messiah in Christianity is predicated on a basic premise: man needs salvation, he can’t save himself. The Messiah in Christianity will save humanity from sin and damnation. This is unlike Read more about Who Is Jesus? (Part 3) – Source Code[…]

Gospel Truth

The Greek word transliterated gospel is euanggelion (pronounced yoo-ang-ghel-ee-on). It means good news. It is the source of the Latinised word “evangelium” from which we get “evangelist” and “evangelism”. As a noun euanggelion occurs 76 times in the New Testament. In biblical numerology 7 is the number of perfection, 6 is the number of man. Read more about Gospel Truth[…]

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