The Conveniently Forgotten Refugees

In 1948, many Arab nations convinced Arabs living in Israel to leave. They propagated the false news that the Jews would exterminate them. History is proof that the Jews did not set out to murder the Arabs living in Israel. That false propaganda eventually led to the ongoing Palestinian refugee crisis. But many people do not know about the conveniently forgotten refugees from the same time period.

Strategic Trends

Are All Ten Commandments Taught in the New Testament?

Many professing believers in Christ believe that the Ten Commandments were abolished by the sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross. Some believe that Christ came to do away with those difficult commandments. Some others believe that He reinstituted only some of them. Some others assume that He replaced the Ten Commandments with a new commandment. Although these people may be sincere, they are deceived by the “god of this world” (2 Cor. 4:4; Rev. 12:9), who has used his false ministers to brainwash them with false doctrine (2 Cor. 11:13-15).


Did the Ten Commandments Exist Before Moses?

Many professing Christian leaders and preachers insist that the core of God’s law – the Ten Commandments – has been done away with. They call it the “law of Moses” and claim that it was abolished by Jesus Christ when He offered Himself as the sacrifice on the cross. They assume that the Ten Commandments started with Moses and that they didn’t exist before they were officially given in Exod. 20.


Gospel of Hyper-grace and its Danger

The present day Church is being contaminated with the “gospel of hyper-grace,” which its followers advertise as “gospel of grace.” This study focusses on what it actually is, what its dominant teachings are, and what the Bible actually says regarding those teachings. This author’s intention is to help the readers identify what the true gospel of Jesus Christ is, and how to identify the false teaching spread in the name of “gospel of grace.” Understanding the truth from the Scripture can make the difference between one having eternal life or eternal damnation.