In this episode of The Tent Making Christianity QCQ Podcast, the team answers the question “What is the perpetual virginity of Mary dogma?”. Listen to our Weekly Quick Challenge Question Podcast on iTunes, Google Play Music or Stitcher. New episodes are released every Thursday. Don’t see your podcast listening platform? Email us and we will add them to our distribution list. […]Continue Reading
What are the Four Dogmas of Mary? If you are attending a Christian Church, the chances are that you have not heard this term before. The four dogmas of Mary are generally held by Catholics and a very small number of Christian denominations. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be looking at each individual Dogma in depth. But […]Continue Reading
The mark has been a hot topic this past year in the fallout of COVID-19. Many Christians fear they could make a mistake and lose their salvation. Can Christians receive the mark of the beast?Continue Reading
“I can worship just fine at home or even better out in nature. All I get from going to church is judgmental hypocrites who care more about offering plates and internal church politics than living like Jesus.”
Have you ever had that conversation? Is gathering as a church essential to being a Christian?
Is God just a human invention? There seems to be a common assertion made about God and religion nowadays by skeptics. And that is that God is just a human invention. The claim is that ancient people didn’t understand the natural world, so they made up gods to explain the things they were seeing. So, is God just a […]Continue Reading
Put aside Devine inspiration for a moment. All books are written by humans. Does this mean they are untrustworthy? No, it doesn’t. Science books are also written by men. And while a science book may have an error in it that the original author did not intend, we do not consider the book unreliable because we find a spelling […]Continue Reading
If I was born in Iran, chances are I’d be a Muslim. If I were from India, I’d be more likely to be a Hindu. Does this mean Christianity is not true, and my belief is only a result of my heritage?Continue Reading