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    THE Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist

    John is the only gospel of the 4 to omit Jesus' explanation of the Communion bread and wine at the Last Supper. That's because John chooses to relocate His teaching about Holy Communion in 6:53-58. Here are the key verses: ''Very truly I tell you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son Man an...
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    How to Authentically Speak in Tongues

    A future post will explain why most initiations into speaking in tongues just produce babble that is of the flesh. But my OP will identify 3 proven principles for genuine glossolalia. Admittedly, the Holy Spirit cannot be limited to a specific operation formula. For example, when I was...
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    Babbling Against Tongues

    Critics of speaking in tongues have no good answer to these 5 points: (1) Paul's command to "pray in the Spirit" is fulfilled by striving to speak in tongues. 2 points establish this teaching: (a) Paul commands us to "pray in the Spirit (Eph. 6:18)" and speaking in tongues is the only form of...
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    Mark's Gospel: Memoirs from His Dad's (Peter's) Eyewitness Testimony

    Peter had a mother-in-law and was therefore married (Mark 1:30-31). The early tradition that Peter had biological children is therefore probably true (Clement Stromata 3:52). Peter (Cephas) took his wife with him on his missionary tours (1 Corinthians 9:5) and was martyred together with her in...
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    How Catholics Justify Their Distinctives Biblically

    The starting points of polemical apologetics is an awareness of the opponents' working assumptions and their biblical justifications. Most Evangelicals operate within a myopic Fundamentalist thought Ghetto that is blissfully ignorant of the case for Christian perspectives outside their Ghetto...
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    The Neglected Christian Basic: The Experience of the Spirit

    The Holy Spirit is not automatically received upon profession of faith in Christ and the Gospel; rather, it is an experience of divine power that the believer may or may not have had because it is subject to the Spirit's sovereign discretion. This experience is described in various ways...
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    MY LIFE JOURNEY THROUGH THE LENS OF CHARISMATIC AND PARANORMAL EXPERIENCES

    (1) I was born and raised in the first Pentecostal church in Canada. I was born with congenital glaucoma in my right eye. My distraught parents were impressed by a famous faith healer named William Branham, who held healing crusades around North America. What set him apart was his clairvoyance...
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