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How often have you heard someone say "if God would just give me a sign, then I would believe in him"? Perhaps you've said it yourself. People have been asking for a sign to prove God's existence for centuries. When skeptics asked Jesus to prove that he was God, he said their only sign would be the sign of Jonah. Aired on Sunday!

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Dr. Barnhouse & the Bible: "An Old Man's Advice for Troubled Times" Psalm 37
No Falling Word: "Is He The Savior-King? - Part 1" 1 Samuel 10:24
The Bible Study Hour: "No Power and Little Understanding" Matthew 17:14-27

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Jesus' Life of Prayer -- By Jonathan Master - on Place for Truth

What is Theology About? -- By Donald MacLeod - on reformation21

The Master Wordsmith: For Whom Did Christ Die?

Winter 2014 Australian PresbyterianChristian apologetics sounds like we are apologising for something, but it actually means “defence”. How can we go about defending the Christian faith? In a real sense, it defends itself, and is selfauthenticating. It only needs to be proclaimed to be convincing. Yet there is a place for apologetics. One might go about it in three possible ways:

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A Christian Primer - The Incarnation -- Enjoy reading a sample chapter from this new Alliance publication by Timothy Cross, or purchase it from the Alliance’s

A lot of important things happen on mountains in the Bible, which means that we are not wrong when we recall these events and speak of “mountain top" experiences The most dramatic example is the appearance of God on Mount Sinai. first to Moses at the burning bush (Exod. 3:1-4:17), then later to the nation when the law was given accompanied by such terrifying physical phenomena as fire. darkness, storms and thunder. It was so frightening that even Moses said. “I am trembling with fear" (Heb. 12:21). It was on Mount Carmel on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea that God answered Elijah‘s prayer by sending lire to consume the sacrifice and even the altar which Elijah had constructed as a challenge to the false prophets of Baal (1 Kings 18:16-40). that God appeared to Elijah on Mount Sinai too, as he had to Moses (1 Kings 19:8-18). Again, we can think of Satan‘s blatant temptation of the Lord Jesus Christ when he took him to “a very high mountain“ and showed him all the kingdoms of the world and their glory, saying, “All this I will give you, if you will bow down and worship me" (Matt. 4:9). Jesus overcame Satan by reminding him that it was written in Deuteronomy 6:13, "Worship the Lord your God, and serve him only” (Matt. 4:10).More

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