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About: Keith Mosher

Keith is a former Atheist of 35 years whose life was changed when God supernaturally appeared in his life, changing him instantly. He now dedicates his life as a Soldier of Christ, Apologist, Disciple and Author.

Did God Create Sin?

This is a common question usually put to a Christian from Atheist circles. Obviously as Christians we do not believe God created sin, but rather sin was the direct result of our disobedience to God’s will. In other words, because of our “Free Will” we CHOSE to disobey God even though He warned us of […]

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Who Created God?

Whether you are a religious person or not, it is likely at some point in your life you pondered the existence of God. Many people believe that God created the entire Universe and this leads to a common question… who created God? This question has been posed for centuries and one answer recently used by […]

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Can Christians Lose Their Salvation?

This question cuts to the core doctrine of Christianity… the blood atonement of Jesus Christ. There is NO greater pillar in the foundation of Christian belief, than the blood of Christ that atones for all sin. There are groups of people, churches and other organizations that teach that a Christian can lose their salvation through […]

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How Should Christians Respond To Homosexuality?

During a recent Facebook debate I was asked the question: Is homosexuality a sin? Usually this question is asked of a Christian by someone looking to draw them into a battle of words, and quite inexplicably results in the Christian being called a bigot and homophobe. Needless to say a great many Christians shy away […]

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How Harmful Is Pornography?

We have all heard about the destructive power of drug addictions and even food addictions and obesity, but rarely do we hear or talk about the largest addiction problem the world faces: Pornography. The destructive force of pornography is something that seems to be a taboo subject in our culture. We can look at statistics […]

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