1. Fools don't believe all of the Bible

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    The risen Lord Jesus appears to two disciples on the road to Emmaus, and shows them from the Scriptures that the Christ had to suffer before entering His glory.

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    • First Baptist Dallas' New Campus

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      Three years after imploding more than 1 million square feet of building space downtown, First Baptist Church of Dallas, led by nationally known pastor Dr. Robert Jeffress, has completed the largest Protestant church building campaign in modern history, opening its new state-of-the-art $130 million campus on Easter Sunday, March 31. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/60913-first-baptist-dallas-completes-church-building-project

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      • Requiem for the Living

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        They said to them, "Why do you seek the living among the dead? He is not here, but is risen!"

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        • Buried By Sundown

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          After the Lord Jesus has died, unlike most other crucified men, His body is placed in the tomb of a rich man.

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          • The End of the Old Covenant

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            The old Mosaic covenant has been made obsolete by a better covenant, established in the blood of the Son of God.

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            • Repas partagé au temple du Salin

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              Le deuxième dimanche de chaque mois un repas réunit tous ceux qui veulent partager un moment de fraternité

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              • Prayercast | Greece

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                In Acts 16:9, Luke writes, “During the night Paul had a vision of a man of Macedonia standing and begging him, ‘Come over to Macedonia and help us.’” Paul responded and the subsequent evangelization of Greece brought the Gospel into Europe. Greece, in southeast Europe, was the seat of one of the great ancient civilizations, thriving from the 5th to 2nd centuries B.C. Sophisticated science, medicine, philosophy, drama and the arts flourished, particularly in Athens. Ruins like the Parthenon in Athens are reminiscent of the achievements of that golden age. Strategically located near Asia and surrounded by the Aegean, Ionian, and Mediterranean Seas, Greece has had a significant sea trade history. Today, Greece has the world’s largest merchant fleet in the world. Democracy was first practiced in Greece’s early city-states, but in the years that followed much freedom was lost. Four hundred years of Turkish domination ended in 1830 with independence and the institution of a monarchy. World War II brought Nazi occupation, followed by a civil war and two military dictatorships, which ended in 1974. A parliamentary republic was formed and the monarchy was eliminated. The current government is dealing with a major economic crisis involving the potential default on national debt payments and has instituted drastic cuts to prevent a total collapse of the economy. Disputes with long-time rival Turkey have subsided somewhat since the mutually devastating earthquake of 1999 brought the countries together, though many tensions still exist. The Greek Orthodox Church is the official church of Greece. The Orthodox Church was the strong force that perpetuated the Greek culture and language during the long Ottoman rule. It continues to be a significant part of the cultural identity of the nation and receives state funding. Most of the population (98%) considers themselves to be Orthodox, but less than three percent of the eleven million Greeks attend any church regularly. Although laws have changed lessening discrimination for non-Orthodox believers, Protestants and Catholics often face problems if it is perceived they are drawing Greeks away from the Orthodox Church. Evangelicals, both within and outside the Orthodox Church, are finding ways to evangelize the many who do not know the Gospel through service and other activities.

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                • This is the Gospel

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                  Why did Jesus die on the cross? What difference does it make? Why is His death, good news for us?

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                  • Beneath Black Skies

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                    The Lord Jesus Christ dies on the cross; because the Father placed upon Him the iniquity of us all.

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