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Do versus Done

While other religions exist on earth, none is more popular than Christianity. About one third of all humans are Christians. Yet something else is distinctive about the faith. In all other religions you “do” something for salvation. You must be good, keep enough laws, or satisfy certain requirements. The pressure of saving yourself is on [&hellip

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Did Jesus really exist? (Part 5)

We continue with some final evidences of Jesus’ existence.  The persecution of early Christians continued in the Roman empire. In Asia Minor (or modern day Turkey), Pliny the Younger was writing to Emperor Trajan in the second century seeking advice. Since so many Christians had been killed, whether young or old, male or female, Pliny [&hellip

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Did Jesus really exist? (Part 4)

The historical record of Jesus life outside the Bible continues.  The Greek satirist of the second century Lucian labeled Christians “misguided creatures” for worshipping the crucified Christ as the Son of God and for living a godly lifestyle. “The Christians, you know, worship a man to this day—the distinguished personage who introduced their novel rites [&hellip

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Did Jesus really exist? (Part 3)

Jesus’ death, as well as His life, is recorded by ancient historians.  And an interesting occurrence during his death is covered in these documents. When Jesus was being crucified, the Bible records a darkness covered the land from noon until 3:00 PM. Luke 23:44-45 says, “It was now about the sixth hour, and darkness came over the whole land until [&hellip

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Did Jesus really exist? (Part 2)

Here’s more evidence for the reality of Jesus’ existence.  Although not a Christian, Josephus, a first century Jewish historian, recorded the following: “At this time there was a wise man called Jesus, and his conduct was good, and he was known to be virtuous. Many people among the Jews and the other nations became his [&hellip

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Did Jesus really exist? (Part 1)

Did Jesus even exist at all? The answer is “yes.” Evidence for Jesus’ life survives in writings outside of the pages of Scripture. Usually, people associate Jesus with good works and miracles, thinking of Him as being very popular. But the Bible also records that He was a wanted man—in a criminal sense. John 11:57 [&hellip

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Evidence of Jesus’ existence (Part 5)

We continue with some final evidences of Jesus’ existence.  The persecution of early Christians continued in the Roman empire. In Asia Minor (or modern day Turkey), Pliny the Younger was writing to Emperor Trajan in the second century seeking advice. Since so many Christians had been killed, whether young or old, male or female, Pliny [&hellip

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Evidence of Jesus’ existence (Part 4)

The historical record of Jesus life outside the Bible continues.  The Greek satirist of the second century Lucian labeled Christians “misguided creatures” for worshipping the crucified Christ as the Son of God and for living a godly lifestyle. “The Christians, you know, worship a man to this day—the distinguished personage who introduced their novel rites [&hellip

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Evidence of Jesus’ existence (Part 3)

Jesus’ death, as well as His life, is recorded by ancient historians.  And an interesting occurrence during his death is covered in these documents. When Jesus was being crucified, the Bible records a darkness covered the land from noon until 3:00 PM. Luke 23:44-45 says, “It was now about the sixth hour, and darkness came over the whole land until [&hellip

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Evidence of Jesus’ existence (Part 2)

Here’s more evidence for the reality of Jesus’ existence.  Although not a Christian, Josephus, a first century Jewish historian, recorded the following: “At this time there was a wise man called Jesus, and his conduct was good, and he was known to be virtuous. Many people among the Jews and the other nations became his [&hellip

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