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Dave Clark
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Executive Director of the Foundation for the Advancement of Religion Online
Executive Director of the Foundation for the Advancement of Religion Online

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I hope I can say, like Paul did, at the end of my life, "I have fought a good fight...I have kept the faith."

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What is charity? This great #BibleVideo will enlighten and inspire.
It is from Paul's words found in 1 Corinthians 13.

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Our bodies are temples. As they say, "you only live once (yolo)"... so treat it well. It's the only body you're going to get. Our bodies are a gift from God.

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After Jesus' death, the Apostles still didn't teach the Gentiles (non-Jews) for quite a while. Then, after Peter's revelation, they started teaching them. However, the Jews didn't accept them at first, when baptized into the Church, as equals. They looked at them as lower than they were. So, in this video, Peter teaches them that they should treat them with respect. All of us today should treat people of other races, ethnicities, and those who are different from ourselves with respect and kindness. Great #BibleVideo.

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#BibleVideo with teachings of Paul the Apostle. He talks about there being one Lord, one faith, and one baptism. If he said that, why are there so many different ways and methods of baptism today?

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So, if the church in Jesus' time was built on the foundation of prophets and apostles, does that mean that we should have prophets and apostles today?

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Great sermon of Paul to the people of Athens. He was astonished when hes aw a statue "to the unknown God." Later in his sermon he reminds us that we truly are the offspring of God. That truly is comforting to know that I am a child of God.

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Awesome video about Saul's conversion (who became Paul the Apostle). Seeing it come to life in a video format is just amazing.

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This is a vision of Stephen (Acts 6, 7) who saw both God and Jesus at his right hand (as 2 separate beings). Notice the man at the end (it is Saul - later to be named Paul the Apostle.)
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