TruthTalks: How religions view Jesus

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What do we do if we find ourselves in a conversation about Jesus and realise the other person is of a totally different faith to our own and we know nothing about it? In this TruthTalk and Q and A session we talk briefly about 5 major religions, how they view Jesus, and how

What religion says about Jesus

I have found that a good way to determine the integrity and truth of religious, sectarian, or cultic teachings is to first determine what they say about Jesus. The teachers of many religious systems claim that they worship the same God as the God of the Bible, and that their system of belief is

Inverting Rejection

All of us have experienced rejection in one form or another, but for some people rejection can be devastating. Unless we deal with it in a healthy manner, feelings of rejection can blight our lives and can even result in depression or a total breakdown of our sense of worth. 1 Peter

TruthTalks: 2 special women in the Bible

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Doctrinal damsels and dames In this TruthTalks audio recording, Dad (Dr Christopher Peppler) and I change up the format a little and instead of having an overview of the post to open with we both dive headlong into talking about a couple of women in the Bible and what made them special.

TruthTalks (Sermon): Dependence on the Holy Spirit

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In this sermon, based on Acts 10:38, Dr Christopher Peppler, drawing on the gospels, talks about our dependence on the Holy Spirit and what that means. He shows us that: As we learn to depend on the Holy Spirit we can grow both to be more like Jesus and to

TruthTalks: Women’s role in the Church

Dr. Christopher Peppler and I discuss women’s role in the church as it was, is, and should be. Apart from really enjoying and gaining (in my opinion) much needed insight into my faith when I do these TruthTalks with Christopher Peppler, it can still feel disheartening when I think of how few people know

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