In 1897, a little girl named Virginia wrote to the The Sun, a New York City newspaper, to ask if Santa Claus is real. The editor’s response to her has since become famous. As a new parent, I (like many other … Continue reading
I want to focus on an aspect of communion that is inherent in the word itself: community. The word spoken in Jesus’s day was koinonia, which is translated not only as “communion” but also “fellowship,” “sharing,” “participation,” and “contribution”. Communion … Continue reading
Christians, how was your Mother’s Day? Did you celebrate it with flowers, fine dining, and gifts? Did your mother have a good time being the center of attention for a day? How about the family? Did everyone enjoy honoring the … Continue reading
Samuel Gipp gives a verse by verse explanation of why “Easter” is the correct translation of “pascha” in Acts 12:4. Isn’t “Easter” in Acts 12:4 a mistranslation?.
Many claim that the King James Bible mistranslated Acts 12:4 as “Easter” when it should be “passover.” A full examination reveals that the former is the only correct rendering of the word “pesach” (or “pascha”). Easter or Passover?.