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The church consists of everybody who believes in Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. This shared relationship with Jesus makes believers into spiritual brothers and sisters. On this earth, the one church takes the form of countless local congregations.

How to recognize a false church?

The teaching in a true church will, if you believe it, lead you to eternal life. The teaching in a false church will, if you believe it, lead you to eternal death. So it is very important that you know how to recognize...

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How big is the church?

If you think of how big the church is, you might look at the statistics. Maybe you have had religious education lessons at school and have seen statistics about world religions. Christianity usually comes out on top as...

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What is a prophet? Are there still prophets?

The shortest definition I can give of what a prophet is, would be ‘somebody who speaks words from God’. So, a prophet is somebody used by God to speak His words to people in a certain situation. A prophet is not a...

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What is The Last Reformation Movement?

The Last Reformation (TLR) is a movement founded by Torben Søndergaard. What they say they want to do is to renew the churches, like the reformation in the 16th century, which birthed Protestantism, but much more...

What is the church?

What is the church?

The church is the baptised followers of Jesus Christ, called together by Him, led by elders, who come together to worship God, to celebrate the Lord’s Supper, and to hear God’s Word. The church consists of followers of...

Who is authorized to perform baptism?

Who is authorized to perform baptism?

Christ clearly demands His followers to be baptized in the Name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit (Matthew 28:19). The question who is authorized to perform baptism is not specifically answered in the New Testament...

Is the Roman Catholic church a Christian church?

Is the Roman Catholic church a Christian church?

The short answer to this question is ‘yes’. The Roman Catholic church underwrites all the important doctrines of the Christian faith, such as the Trinity, sin and our need for redemption, Jesus’ dying for sins, His...