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Image of "The First Thanksgiving at Plymouth" (1914) By Jennie A. Brownscombe

A Thanksgiving Precedent: What Really Happened in Plymouth?

As with so many of our national holidays, Thanksgiving is now a contentious subject. Formerly a time of celebration and gratitude, many critics today maintain that it stands as little more than an emblem of our nation’s racist past. But is this an accurate reading of the first Thanksgiving? What actually transpired at Plymouth in the fall of 1621? In this article, Dr. Glenn Sunshine helps to restore a proper historical perspective on Thanksgiving.

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How Accurate is the Bible Part 3

The Uniqueness of the Bible

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series How Accurate Is The Bible?

The world delights in criticizing the Bible, seeking to find fault with it in any way possible. But when we address these complaints, we find them to be groundless. Examining the Bible for ourselves reveals a book that is not only a beautifully written unique masterpiece but also one that is sound and lacking in contradictions.

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Time: Part 6—Time & Eternity

This entry is part 6 of 7 in the series Time

God put a longing for eternity in our hearts; when we die, time will continue forever, in a way only God can see fully, with qualitative differences from our current experience of time. The process of aging will cease, and time will no longer constrain us or drag us down.

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Time: Part 5—Time & History

This entry is part 5 of 7 in the series Time

Unlike the circular/cyclical view of time taken by the ancient Greeks and today by Hindus, biblical time is linear, centered around the resurrection of Jesus Christ and building to the final climax in history when He returns again.

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