Why have persecuted Christians in Syria purchased a graveyard?

Why have persecuted Christians in Syria purchased a graveyard?

And so, Farid challenged the leaders, there are ten, saying that “We’re probably going to die. And you have young wives and you have children. And we need to pray and fast for a week, because are you sure that God has called you to stay in Syria? Maybe he’s calling some of you to

What effect has the modern-day persecution of Christians had on the church?

What effect has the modern-day persecution of Christians had on the church?

John Ankerberg: Yes. I think you’ve written in your book that we in the West find it inconceivable that with these kinds of threats on people’s lives, that it is radically transforming the believers that are being threatened. And these folks are standing firm for Christ. And, in fact, the underground church overseas is flourishing,

What do Christians need to know about the Mark of the Beast and the number 666?

What do Christians need to know about the Mark of the Beast and the number 666?

>>Ankerberg: Just an article this month that came out, they’ve got another supercomputer that is 15 times faster than anything that was created before. The computations it can do in one second take your breath away, alright. People want to know about the technology and the mark of the beast that’s coming up. You get

Isn’t it unfair to claim that the people who don’t believe in Jesus are condemned to hell?

Isn’t it unfair to claim that the people who don’t believe in Jesus are condemned to hell?

A student from the Far East says, “What about all of the religions that have come before Christianity? And if you grant that the Christian message is exclusive, isn’t this vastly unfair to claim that all these people are damned to hell because they don’t believe in Jesus?” What would you say to that? Zacharias:

How Can Christians Respond to Unbelievers?

How Can Christians Respond to Unbelievers?

>>ANNOUNCER: TODAY ON THE JOHN ANKERBERG SHOW: THOSE TRACKING GLOBAL TRENDS TELL US THAT 1 IN 5 AMERICANS NOW CONSIDER THEMSELVES “ATHEIST”, “AGNOSTIC”, OR “NOTHING IN PARTICULAR”. AND ACROSS WESTERN EUROPE, 50% OF THE POPULATION DESCRIBE THEMSELVES AS “NOT RELIGIOUS” OR “AS CONVINCED ATHEISTS.” HOW CAN CHRISTIANS RESPOND TO THIS GROWING NUMBER OF PEOPLE? TODAY

Could Christians somehow inadvertently take the mark of the beast today?

Could Christians somehow inadvertently take the mark of the beast today?

Ankerberg: Okay, another question. People say in Daniel when he has his discussion about the 70 weeks, how do we know that the seven-year period at the end is the tribulation? Hitchcock: Well, the 70 weeks prophecy, Daniel is given a period of 490 years. It says, “Seventy weeks have been decreed for your people,”

Why were the creedal statements so important to early Christianity?

Why were the creedal statements so important to early Christianity?

Ankerberg: Alright, let’s go back to 1 Corinthians 15, because you’ve dated the fact that Paul wrote this information at 55, and that he preached it at 51, but what he wrote is going to take us back even further. But I want to show the people out there how the scholars get it. So

Was Christianity Just the “Winner” Among Many Competing Religious Claims?

Was Christianity Just the “Winner” Among Many Competing Religious Claims?

These are quotes of professors that are teaching right now, popular professors, okay. People might not know their names, but you can see them when you have Easter and Christmas and you have these specials these are the people that they’re going to have and they’re going to interview, okay. Here’s a fellow by the

What happens to Christians in heaven after the rapture?

What happens to Christians in heaven after the rapture?

>>Ankerberg: Okay. Talk about what happens to Christians once the rapture happens in heaven. And take me up to the return of Jesus Christ, and then I’ve got a question for you right there.>>DeYoung: At the rapture of the church, immediately, “in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye,” 1 Corinthians 15 tells us,