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Jude 3
http://www.icr.org/bible/Jude/1/3
... needful. The word “needful” connotes a sense of urgency. Jude had been planning to write a straightforward exposition of the doctrines associated with the “common salvation”—that is, the great salvation held in common by all who had...
Introduction | The Institute for Creation Research
http://www.icr.org/books/defenders/8889
... Jude. Introduction to Jude. The little book of Jude is small, but powerful. Jude was a “brother of James” (Jude 1) who in turn was “the Lord's brother” (Galatians 1:19). That is, he was son of Mary and Joseph, and half...
Jude 1:20-21
http://www.icr.org/bible/Jude/1/20-21
... having a strong prayer life, and witnessing to others (Jude 22,23) while at the same time contending earnestly for the faith ( Jude 3). Apologetics and Christian evidences are mutually compatible...
Genesis 1:3
http://www.icr.org/bible/Genesis/1/3
... God said. As the “Spirit” of God “moved” (Genesis 1:2), so now the Word of God speaks in Genesis 1:3. The result is light, the energizing of the vast cosmos through the marvelous electro-magnetic force system which maintains all...
Acts 1:3
http://www.icr.org/bible/Acts/1/3
... 1:3. 1:3 infallible proofs. “Infallible proofs” is one word in the Greek ( tekmerion) and occurs only this one time in the New Testament. It emphasizes that the evidences for Christ's resurrection were not philosophical speculations...
Jude 7
http://www.icr.org/bible/Jude/1/7
... like manner. The inhabitants of Sodom and Gomorrah became obsessed with sexual promiscuity, worst of all “going after strange flesh”—that is, blatant indulgence in the unnatural crime of homosexuality, including homosexual rape of...
John 1:1-3
http://www.icr.org/bible/John/1/1-3
... In the beginning. It is significant that the Apostle John began his gospel with the words: “In the beginning.” He obviously intended that his record should start with the same words as Genesis, that is, with creation. Since his explicit...
Hebrews 1:3
http://www.icr.org/bible/Hebrews/1:3
... brightness of his glory. “Brightness” is from a Greek word used only here in the New Testament, literally meaning “off-flashing.” In context of both this passage and modern astronomy, it could well be understood as “radiation.” As...
Romans 1:3-4
http://www.icr.org/bible/Romans/1/3-4
... 1:3. 1:3 according to the flesh. The central truth of Christianity is the incarnation of God in human flesh, in the person of His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ . He was a true man, “made of the seed of David,” as foretold by the prophets;...
Wandering Stars | The Institute for Creation Research
http://www.icr.org/article/wandering-stars/
... to whom is reserved the blackness of darkness for ever.” (Jude 1:13). This short reference is somewhat enigmatic. The five “ wandering stars” of Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn were clearly known in Jude's day, and their...
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