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Terrorism
By Christian Nseka
September 25, 2014

When most people think of a terrorist, the image that comes in mind is that of an Arab Muslim. The reality, however, is that not all Arabs are terrorists. Neither are all Muslims terrorists. This overgeneralization of Arabs and Muslims being terrorists does not help in the fight again terrorism. It perpetuates the schism and, I think, contributes to the growth of terrorist networks if not to the creation of new terrorist organizations that are more sophisticated, more determined, far reaching, and more resilient. Read more.


Rev. Moon
By Christian Nseka
September 3, 2012

As the Messiah, Jesus was a great miracle worker. He has been known as the greatest healer. He delivered those who were possessed by demons, he healed the blinds, he made the lame walk, he healed those who had blood complications, he brought to life those who were dead, etc. But when he was on the cross, Jesus did not perform a miracle to get himself off the cross. Instead, he used the cross as the platform that allowed him to sacrifice himself for the sake of moving God’s providence to the next level—A new era. Read more.


Forgiveness of Sins
By Christian Nseka
July 7, 2012

I have covered many topics in my book: Messiahs: Individuals. All of these topics relate to the fulfillment of the mission of the Messiah. One of them is forgiveness of sins.

There are individuals who believe that forgiveness of sins means abolition of sins. They believe Jesus’ statement "Your sins are forgiven" (Mark 2:9) to mean that somebody’s sins have been eliminated. Read more.


God and Human Suffering
By Christian Nseka
August 10, 2011

Many people believe and preach that God wants us to suffer. They firmly believe that human suffering is nothing but the work of God. Their justification is: it would not happen if God did not will it. In other words, we would not be suffering if God did not want us to suffer. Surprisingly, they get this understanding from the Bible. No, let me correct that: they get this understanding based on the way they interpret the Bible. Read more.


The Start of the Kingdom
By Christian Nseka
August 9, 2011

Jesus spoke of God’s Kingdom as it was far, yet near. He alluded to it being something as small as a mustard seed. Yet, it was greater than a mustard seed. And when some Pharisees questioned him as to when God’s Kingdom was supposed to come, he replied: Read more.


Fallacy of Salvation
By Christian Nseka
July 14, 2011

Some people erroneously believe and gallantly teach that salvation cannot be lost. They claim that salvation is eternal. That it depends neither on what a person does nor on the quality of an individual’s life for it is a grace given by God through Jesus Christ. Yet in the same breath they insist on faith and good deeds. Read more.


Messianic Generation
By Christian Nseka
July 7, 2011

Jesus came with the mission of establishing God’s Kingdom on earth (a.k.a. the Kingdom of Heaven). There will be no Kingdom of Heaven without the Messiah—the Son of Man. When he realized that he could no longer carry out the establishment of God’s Kingdom due to the lack of adequate cooperation from the elites, Jesus began to speak of the Second Coming of the Messiah. Read more.


Interpreting the Bible
By Christian Nseka
June 28, 2011

The Bible is a book that needs no introduction. Everybody knows that it is a holy book for it contains a collection of sacred texts. This applies to both the Hebrew Bible, also known as the Tanakh, and the New Testament. The compilation of these two sacred collections is what constitutes the Christian Bible, which is commonly called the Holy Bible or the Bible. Read more.


Jesus’ Prophecies
By Christian Nseka
December 15, 2010

When examining the twenty-fourth chapter of Matthew, it is clear that the first prophecy Jesus made was that of the destruction of the Second Temple in particular and of the fall of Jerusalem in general when he said, "I tell you the truth, not one stone here will be left on another; every one will be thrown down" (v. 2). Read more.


As We Celebrate Christmas
By Christian Nseka
December 4, 2010

I grew up believing that Jesus was perfect because he was born perfect. At least that’s what I was taught.

It is natural for human beings, at some point in life, to re/examine whatever belief we have held dear. We do this especially with something that we learned when we were young. Every human being reaches a point in life during which s/he can’t help but challenge common belief. Case in point is Santa Clause. Is there a toddler who does not believe in Santa Clause? By contrast, how many teenagers believe in Santa Clause? (…) My point exactly. Read more.


Which Jesus do Most Christians believe in?
By Christian Nseka
September 9, 2010

After reading about a Christian minister who intended to burn the Quran in response to a controversy surrounding the building of a mosque a couple of blocks away from Ground Zero, I could not help but wonder: Which Jesus do most Christians believe in?

Every Christian believes in Jesus as the Messiah. Yet, according to mainstream Christianity, not everybody who believes in Jesus as the Messiah is a Christian. Why the distinction? Which Jesus does mainstream Christianity believe in? Read more.


A Note from the Author
By Christian Nseka
December 17, 2009

In response to the question that I have been asked repeatedly lately, I would like to convey that, as of December 2009, I only have one book in circulation. And the title of this book is The Messiahship of the Lord—Introducing a New Perspective on the "Resurrection" of Jesus Christ. This book elaborates on ... Read more.


A Matter of Convenience
By Christian Nseka
December 14, 2009

As the sun is setting on the year 2009, many Christians look forward to celebrating the birth of Jesus of Nazareth, the Messiah. Why did God send Jesus to earth? Read more.

 

 

 

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