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This site is for the purpose of answering the arguments against Christ and Christianity.

There are too many accusations that have gone unanswered.

I will present arguments from many groups out there.

Feel free to check out our group at:

Speaking of the day of the Lord, Second Thessalonians says, "let no man beguile you in any wise: for [it will not be,] except the FALLING AWAY come first, and the man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition"

The church is experiencing an attack of biblical proportions and the attack has taken many forms. Some of these attacks are from replacing the plain sense interpretation of scripture that makes sense with allegory or figurative interpretations, Judaism, Mormonism, Catholicism, Preterism, Liberalism, New Age Movement, Jehovah's Witnesses, changing the Bible rather than being changed etc.

On this site we want to discuss and debate the different forms these attacks take and what Christians can do to combat it.

Here we believe the best defense is a good offense.

Often churches forget that the Lord said to 'Go Ye' and assume that all they are required to do is build a church and 'they will come'

However, the word is clear that we need to 'go', (Matthew
28;19,20) which means that this group needs to be aggressive in their outreach.

This is what the early Christians did. Their main base was Jerusalem and Antioch.

Often churches have things called retreats where they can recharge their batteries. The retreat isn't meant to be permanent but an equipping for the aggressive ministry of reconciliation.(2 Cor. 5)






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January 2000

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