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Eight Problems with Freemasonry

  • January 18, 2017

Eight Problems with Freemasonry By Ed Decker 1. The prevalent use of offensive concepts, titles, and terms such as "Worshipful Master" for the leaders of the lodge; references to their buildings as "mosques," "shrines," or "temples"; and the use of such words as "Abaddon" and Jah-Bul-On," the so-called secret name…

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Edgar Cayce

  • January 17, 2017

Edgar Cayce The sleeping prophet by Dennis Pollock As I laid on my bed my mind raced wildly. How incredible it was that I had found the secrets of life before I even turned twenty! I knew that in my hands was a book that provided answers to theological and…

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Dwight Moody on Masonry

  • January 17, 2017

Dwight Moody on Masonry The celebrated evangelist of long ago, D.L. Moody wrote: I do not see how any Christian, most of all a Christian minister, can go into these secret lodges with unbelievers. They say they can have more influence for good, but I say that they can have…

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Does The Bible Prophesy the Book Of Mormon?

  • January 17, 2017

Does The Bible Prophesy the Book Of Mormon? By Ed Decker One of the great missionary books of the Mormon Church is A Marvelous Work and A Wonder, by the late apostle , LeGrand Richards. It is handed out by the tens of thousands to investigators of the church. It…

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Buddhism vs. Christianity

  • January 14, 2017

Buddhism vs. Christianity By Evidence to Believe Examining the Fundamental Differences of Buddhism vs. Christianity The popular appeal of Buddhism today is one of "coolness", "tolerance", and non-dissention. It's a belief system that many feel can help them "detach", maintain neutrality, and find peace in a world of injustice and…

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Basics of Buddhism

  • January 14, 2017

Basics of Buddhism By Let Us Reason Ministries Generally Buddhism does not believe in a personal God or a divine being, it does not have worship, praying to, or praising of a divine being (although some sects do.) It offers no form of redemption, forgiveness, no heavenly hope, or a…

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Background of Gautama and Buddhism

  • January 12, 2017

Background of Gautama and Buddhism By Let Us Reason Ministries Buddhism began as a reformation movement within Hinduism. Its founder was Siddhartha Gautama, who was born about 563 B.C. in the ruler warrior caste of Hinduism. (Died in 483.) His father, Suddhodana, was a Raja a chieftain of the Sakya…

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Are Jehovah’s Witness’ Christian?

  • January 12, 2017

Are Jehovah's Witness' Christian? By Ed Decker In the world of ministry to the cults, some things become abstract definitions of things rather than understandings of people. I have to admit my relationship with the Jehovah's Witnesses had long slipped into that category until one night when my oldest son,…

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