Quartodeciman Controversy: Rome Enforces Easter/ Outlaws Passover

The Quartodeciman Controversy (Rome Enforces Easter/ Outlaws Passover) By Christine Egbert In the footsteps of Paul Harvey–that folksy news commentator, whose’s radio segments delved into little-known facts about well-known events–this article will recount the early church history that led to the Council of Nicaea’s disastrous decision to replace Passover with

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Preach The Word!

Preach The Word! By Christine Egbert For years I have wanted to write an article, a sermon really, using only SCRIPTURE, pulled like puzzle pieces from various books of the Bible. For God’s word is living and powerful, sharper than a two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul

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Gentile Jesus Or Israel’s Yeshua

The Gentile Jesus or Israel’s Yeshua? by Christine Egbert Although God had been pursuing me since childhood, it wasn’t until the fall of 1986 that the Most High finally had my full attention. I had just gotten my R.N. license, and my divorce from my first husband. But it wasn’t

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Beware that Snare: Saint Valentine’s Day!

Beware that Snare: Saint Valentine’s Day! by Christine Egbert In Deuteronomy 12:30 Yahweh’s people are warned not to be snared into worshiping Him the way pagan nations worship their gods. Yet, many are snared! The Roman Catholic Church’s disregard for the Most High’s warning is manifest in its syncretism with

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What Is Scriptural (Hebraic) Faith?

What Is Scriptural (Hebraic) Faith? By Christine Egbert Many Christians interpret Scripture with a Western/Greek mindset. They see faith as simply a mental construct, something you believe, no action required. When they read verses like Ephesians 2:8-9, “For by grace are you saved, through faith, and not of yourselves, it

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