Why Should I Trust the Bible?
Skeptics level all sorts of charges against the reliability and trustworthiness of the Bible, but their arguments don't really hold up to the evidence. Let's look at the proof and then learn how to plant our roots deep in God's word.
Speaker Cal Rychener
Published On April 9, 2016
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All too often we hear the notion that a person who has died was a good person and so must be in a better place now. That is simply not what Gods Word says. In fact, the Bible teaches that only one kind of person spends eternity with God: a ...Read More
Do My Good Works Really Matter?
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