Quick Challenge Answer: Does James Chapter 2 Teach Salvation By Works?

Does James Chapter 2 teach salvation by works?  Reading the Bible can be challenging.  Sometimes we find verses that seem to contradict what we see in other spots in the Bible.  James chapter 2 seems to be one of these verses.  The message contained in it seems to argue that one can be saved by doing good works.  Several Continue Reading

The Top 5 Blog Posts Of 2019

The Top 5 Blog Posts Of 2019. It’s been a great year here at Tent Making Christianity! This is our first full calendar year of producing content. And while we’ve put out a lot of content, there are a few that have been the most popular. So here is a look at our most popular Continue Reading

The 5 myths of Christmas Day 5

The 5 myths of Christmas Day 5.  In this series we’ve been looking at the 5 common myths about Christmas that pop up every year.   The First Four Myths On day one we saw how early Christians calculated the date of Jesus’ birth.  They believed that Jesus conceived, born and died on the 25th of different months.  And they Continue Reading

Quick Challenge Answer: Should Christians Celebrate Christmas?

Should Christians celebrate Christmas?  This seems rather obvious doesn’t it?  Of course, Christians should celebrate Christmas! It’s the celebration of the birth of Christ.  What could be more Christian than that?  If you’re like me however, each year at this time you start seeing meme’s popping up in your social media feeds.  Meme’s about how Christmas is actually a Continue Reading

The 5 Myths Of Christmas Day 4

The 5 myths of Christmas Day 4.  In this series we’ve been looking at the 5 common myths about Christmas that pop up every year.   The First Three Myths On day one we saw how early Christians calculated the date of Jesus’ birth.  They believed that Jesus conceived, born and died on the 25th of different months.  We also Continue Reading

The 5 Days Of Christmas Myths Day 3

The 5 days of Christmas myths Day 3. In this series we’ve been looking at the 5 common myths about Christmas that pop up every year. The First Two Myths On day one we saw how early Christians calculated the date of Jesus’ birth. They believed that Jesus was conceived, born and died on the Continue Reading

The 5 Days Of Christmas Myths Day 2

The 5 days of Christmas myths Day 2.  In this series we’re looking at 5 common Christmas myths that perpetuate each year.  The culture, and many Christians, accept these myths without question.  No one ever stops to think about where they come from, or if they are even accurate.  We’re taking a closer look at them to see if Continue Reading

10 Gift Suggestions For Tent Making Christians

Need a gift for the Tent Making Christian in your life?  With Christmas fast approaching, I thought I would put together my 10 Gifts Suggestions For Tent Making Christians.  One word of caution as you look through this list.  If you are buying a book hoping your non-believing friend or relative will read it, you are Continue Reading

What Happened To Judas Iscariot?

What happened to Judas Iscariot?  I was listening to an episode of “The Big Conversation” the other day, and this issued was raised by Bart Ehrman.  Ehrman insists that the accounts of Judas’ death are an example of a clear contradiction in the Bible.  I’m actually somewhat surprised that Ehrman chose this particular example.  I think there are much Continue Reading

The Cultural Myth Called Moral Relativism

In my last post I wrote about what’s known as a “Cultural Myth”.  These are ideas that cultures hold without really thinking about them. The myth I’m going to discuss in this post is called moral relativism.  This is the prevailing world view in America today.  Almost everyone holds this view.  Moral Relativism states that all morals are products of one’s environment, upbringing, culture or Continue Reading