Category Archives: Current Events

Was Bible prophecy fulfilled in 1948 when Israel became a nation?

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What does the Bible say about transgenderism?

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Will the world end on September 23, 2017?

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Is there a “gay gene”?

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What does the Bible say about euthanasia (mercy killing)?

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Should churches cancel their services on Christmas Day?

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Are we living in the “last days”?

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Is the current Ebola crisis predicted in the Bible?

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