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Jesus Christ

What did Jesus say about forgiveness?

This is probably one of the most difficult teachings of Jesus to incorporate into our lives.

Was Jesus’ name really Jesus?

Doesn’t the prophecy claim “they shall call his name Emmanuel”?

Jesus and Elijah: A unique biblical relationship

Elijah is one of the very few characters to enter Heaven alive, according to the Bible.

A Cubist’s take on the crucifixion

Nearly a decade before his masterpiece “Guernica,” Pablo Picasso choose to represent the horror of the crucifixion with an equally powerful pictorial style.

Why did Jesus ascend into Heaven?

Couldn't he have stayed with us after the Resurrection?

This throne will endure forever according to the Bible

While most thrones are destroyed (some through fire) this throne is eternal.

What is the meaning of the name Jesus?

Our common use of the word in prayer derives from Hebrew through Greek and Latin.

Old Testament verses that picture God as the “Good Shepherd”

The New Testament wasn't the first time when God was seen as a loving shepherd, guiding his flock to safe pastures.

Why did Jesus ask Peter “Do you love me?” three times?

While some authors have answered this question from a strictly spiritual point of view, the original Greek text of the Gospel provides further insights.

Archaeologists are using 3D scanners to reveal the secrets of the Last Supper site

The holy site, known as the Cenacle, is located on the upper floor of the King David’s Tomb.

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