What Is Fat Tuesday?

If you grew up in a Christian home, chances are you’ve heard of Fat Tuesday. But what is it, exactly? And why do Christians celebrate it? Here’s a short overview of this important day in the Christian calendar. The History of Fat Tuesday Fat Tuesday is the last day of celebrations before Lent begins. It’s […]

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Should We Love Our Neighbors More Than Our Religion?

As Christians, we are called to love our neighbor as ourselves. But what does that mean in practical terms? Does it mean that we should put the needs of others above our own? Does it mean that we should be accepting of all beliefs and lifestyles, no matter how different they may be from our […]

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Quick Challenge Answer: Should Christians Pray In Public?

A common debate among Christians is whether or not it is appropriate to pray in public. Some believe that prayer should be a private matter between an individual and God, while others argue that praying in public is a way to share one’s faith with those around them. So, what does the Bible say about […]

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Quick Challenge Answer: What Is The Mother Of God Dogma?

The title “Mother of God” (Theotokos in Greek) is one of the oldest and most well-known Christian and Catholic dogmas. This dogma has been affirmed by councils and churches throughout the centuries and is held by Christians of all denominations. So what does it mean to say that Mary is the Mother of God? Christians […]

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Quick Challenge Answer: What Is The Immaculate Conception?

What is the Immaculate Conception?  While most people are familiar with the term” The Immaculate Conception”, it is often misunderstood.  For years l was like many Christians that believed this Catholic belief referred to Jesus Himself.  But this is not the case at all.  The Immaculate Conception (IC) is referring to the birth of Mary, the mother of […]

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Quick Challenge Answer: What is Omnism?

Omnism is the belief that there is no one true religion but that every religion holds part of the truth, so all beliefs should be respected. I see the appeal. The truth often lies somewhere between two extreme positions, so why would religion be different?

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Did the Romans Create Christianity to Justify Slavery?

Quick Challenge Answer: Should Churches be Tax Exempt?

In the United States, churches are considered non-profit organizations and thus do not have to pay taxes to the IRS. Some people take great issue with that and believe many churches abuse their tax-exempt status for self-gain or political influence.

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Quick Challenge Answer: Are Apologists Putting God On Trial?

Are apologists putting God on trial?  Since Christ first appeared in the scene, people have been challenging both His message and His identity.  The leaders in Jerusalem did not believe He was the Son of God.  They argued against the fact.   And despite recent claims to the contrary, the main reason Jesus was arrested and put on trial […]

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Quick Challenge Answer: Is Christianity A White Man’s Religion?

Is Christianity a white man’s religion?  It’s clear that we are currently in a state of racial awareness in the United States.  Things that seemingly have nothing to do with race suddenly are taking on racial overtones.  And religion in general, and Christianity in particular have also been thrust into the fray.   There are many who now claim […]

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