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It’s Not As You Perceive, Episode 48–Halloween, Christianity and the Bible

In the West, this coming Friday–October 31st–will be Halloween. It is a time deemed primarily for children, although many adults take great pleasure in celebrating that night as well. As the day wanes and night settles in, millions of children … Continue reading

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Episode 18–Should We Celebrate Hanukkah?

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SHOULD WE CELEBRATE HANUKKAH?  My purpose in this episode is to highlight the lessons to be learned from Hanukkah, also known as the Feast of Dedication; and to encourage you to consider the importance of these lessons to your path … Continue reading

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Episode 17–Why is Hanukkah Not In My Bible

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I_am_Allan / Foter.com / CC BY-NC The celebration of Hanukkah is also called the Feast of Dedication, mentioned in John 10:22-30 of the New Testament; however, there are no details about the Feast in this brief mention, except that Yahoshua … Continue reading

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When Two Worlds Collide–The Passover–Easter Connection

How does one go about bringing pagans and Christians together as one happy worshipping family? The first thing one must do is to find common ground upon which to build the alliance. Take for instance Easter. Easter, the worship of … Continue reading

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Perception Minute 1: Sabbath or Sunday–Which Day is it?

Millions upon millions of professing Christians hold Sunday as the wholly venerated day of worship that is promulgated in the Bible. Is this in fact true? How did we actually receive Sunday as the so-called Christian Sabbath? Check this Perception … Continue reading

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