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The Christmas timeline of the biblical account makes sense when Luke and Matthew are carefully analyzed.
If you were to ask the typical American to identify the symbols used to celebrate Easter, the likely responses would include bunnies, eggs, plastic grass, chicks, ham . . . and don’t forget candy!
The modern controversy over the name “Easter,” when used in association with the celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus, is interesting, to say the least.
Many claim that what we call Easter today was developed as Roman Catholicism co-opted pagan festivals celebrated in different regions in honor of various false gods and goddesses.
Was Jehu condemned for carrying out the command God gave him? Troy Lacey and Tim Chaffey explain this alleged contradiction.
Was David just a “little guy” when he fought Goliath? Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., examines what the Bible actually teaches about the stature of David.
Do Christians need to avoid offending anyone? What does Paul mean when he says to “give no offense in anything”? Jeremy Ham, AiG–U.S., explains.
Does Exodus 21 teach that the life of an unborn child is unimportant? Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., examines the issue.
Does a manger refer to a whole stall or just a feeding trough? Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., explains.
In each culture and language, there are certain words that many people believe we should avoid. Is this because they are inherently bad words?
Would Joseph’s relatives still have accepted him, or more importantly Mary, into their homes, because they would have thought that Mary was pregnant out of wedlock?
Tim Chaffey and Jeremy Ham, AiG–U.S. examine a few miscellaneous misconceptions about Christmas.
The idea of an angelic chorus singing praises to God has become very common in our culture, but does the Bible state that the angels sang on the night of Christ’s birth?
Was Jesus born among the animals in the stable because there was no room for Joseph and Mary at the inn?
One of the keys to taking a stand on the Word of God is making sure we understand what is actually stated in the Bible. Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., introduces the Clearing Up Misconceptions web series.
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