Truth for Saints

Religions, Cults & Worldviews: Valuable Answers for Valid Questions.

Sikhism

SikhismFounded: 1496 A.D. in Punjab, India. Founder: Guru Nanak Guru...

Baptists

(founded by John Smyth in 1609) Started as a Puritan...

Holiness Churches

Primarily founded by Phoebe Palmer – born a Methodist, began...

Vineyard Churches

Pentecostal (Gullickson 1974, Wimber 1982)Founded by Kenn Gullickson in 1974...

Church of Christ

Ultimately, this movement was birthed as part of the “Restoration...

Serbian Orthodox

   Serbian Orthodox – Established Between 7-9th centuries A.D. Perhaps...

Christian Denominations

Historical Biblical Christian Faith “Universal/Worldwide = catholic” Jesus Christ 30...

Brethren

(Alexander Mack 1709) From the Anabaptists and Pietists in Schwarzenau,...

Judaism

Definition and Overview of Judaism Founder(s) of Judaism Abraham Founder...

Test: What is Your Worldview?

What is the world view that you already hold? This test is designed to allow you to think in generalities to determine an identifiable view of the world, how it works, how it applies to us, the people in it, and how we relate to them, and they to us. As this pertains to your current worldview, the more honest you are, the more accurate the results. You just might be shocked to discover the world view that you possess!

 

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How to Become a Christian

This article makes it clear, in specific terms with Biblical references, both the bad news that must be grasped first and then the good news (God’s solution for you and the rest of mankind) that must be embraced thereafter which leads to a person’s supernatural conversion to Christ and subsequent eternal life. Jesus said that the path that leads to eternal life is narrow and few are they who find it. This is the “Gospel” according to Scripture as delivered to us by the Apostles.