Heritage

More than a meal

As we prepare for a season of Thanksgiving this month, there may be more ways to spice up our Thanksgiving than we think. Our standard…

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How many commandments?

Most Bible-believing folks would agree on the Ten Commandments. Some may question which day the Sabbath is but still agree that it is important. The…


Reclaiming Easter

It has become increasingly popular, even in some Christian circles, to focus on the “pagan” roots and fruits of Easter. However, we must not forget the rich heritage behind…


Baptism and other immersions

Our *L-rd Yeshua (Jesus) lets us know that there is a need for one baptism. This baptism is an outward sign of the inward change in us when…


Were the six days of creation literal?

Some would say that the Genesis account of creation is impossible – it just does not make sense. Others would say that precisely 5,777 years ago, G-D created the universe…


Acts of God

Insurance adjusters often refer to uncontrollable acts of nature as “acts of God.” The Bible describes supernatural works of God as “acts of God.” And Christians sometimes avoid the latter as…


Inspired by love

You can criticize her—especially if you are not Catholic. You can be challenged by her—especially if you are compassionate. But who will dare to imitate the late Mother Teresa, the missionary nun who…



New year’s resolutions

The holidays are over. Nothing remains of Christmas and Chanukah but the memories. The credit card bills that we get in January take the place…


Go for the worst!

Born into relative poverty in a suburb of Nottingham, England, in 1829, William Booth lacked the advantages of wealth, education and opportunity that one might…



The Real Saint Nick

What do we know about the real Saint Nicholas? Very little. And does this really matter? Yes, if you think about it, it matters a great deal….


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