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Preaching To Pagans - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... earth, and the sea, and all things that are therein” (Acts 14:15).When Paul and Barnabas set out from Antioch on their first missionary journey, their first recorded preaching points were at Salamis and Paphos on the Isle of Cyprus,...
The Miracles Of Life - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... tomb (II Kings 13:21); one each through Peter and Paul (Acts 9:40; 20:9-12); and three through Christ (Matthew 9:18-25; Luke 7:12-15; John 11:43-44). These were all "resuscitations," of course, rather than true resurrections, and...
No Other Image - Article
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Henry Morris III, D.Min. - ... (v. 32). Paul taught the "philosophers" in Acts 17:22-29 that the heart of idolatry is rejection of God as Creator. Idolatry, in any form or practice, strikes at the heart of salvation, because "he that cometh to God must...
The Ultimate Proof of Christianity (The Resurrection of Jesus) - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... Athens. . . . in all things ye are too superstitious" (Acts 17:22). Just having some form of religion is nothing; even atheists have a form of "religion." "God that made the world and all things therein . . . is Lord of heaven...
Prophecies of the Resurrection - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... is confirmed by "many infallible proofs" (Acts 1:3), including His many appearances to the disciples after His death, the amazing changes in the disciples after they were convinced He had risen, the unanswerable evidence of His...
Declaring the Unknown God - Article
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Henry Morris III, D.Min. - ... you worship without knowing, Him I proclaim to you.” (Acts 17:22-23) There has long been a history of belief in God in the Western world—especially in the United States. The Gallup and Pew organizations are well known for their...
Acts 17:22: Mars’ hill - Study Note
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... Mars’ hill. Same as “Areopagus” in Acts 17:19. This hill near the Acropolis was probably used in Paul’s day by a council that formally evaluated new religious or moral philosophies. “Ares” was the Greek god...
The Resurrection Of Christ
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... of the early church is quickly seen by scanning the book of Acts. (Note: Acts 2:22-36; 3:13-18; 4:10-12, 33; 5:29-32; 10:37-43; 13:27-37; 17:23, 30-32; 23:6; 24:14-16; 25:19; 26:68, 22-23; etc.) Similarly in the epistles, the resurrection is...
Psalms 119:17: that I may live - Study Note
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... (Matthew 9:24,25; Luke 7:15; John 11:44), one through Peter (Acts 9:40-41), and one through Paul (Acts 20:9-12). Dabar (“word”) in this psalm seems associated mainly with cleansing and new life (Psalm 119:9,17), imrah...
Acts 17:22: too superstitious - Study Note
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... too superstitious. The Athenians were notorious for venerating a great number of gods and goddesses. What may have been religious to the Greeks was superstitious to Paul, since they attributed powers to these personified forces of nature which...
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