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Frightening Paintings of Hell Inspired by Dante’s “Inferno”

Dante Alighieri’s depiction of the afterlife has inspired generations of readers since the Divine Comedy was first published in 1472. In the 14,233 verses of this poem, Dante envisions a trip to the afterlife, guided first by the Roman poet Virgil, who leads him through Hell and Purgatory, and then by his beloved Beatrice, who leads him …

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Is the Story of Saint Peter’s Crucifixion Upside Down True?

Some might be surprised, perhaps even scandalized, to find an inverted cross in a church. Movie franchises and TV shows have featured the Cross of Saint Peter —an inverted Latin Cross— as a symbol representing either Satan or the Antichrist. Because of this, it has been popularly —and mistakenly— considered a symbol of evil. But that is far …

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“I Saw Jesus,” Oklahoma Man Recalls Near-Death Electrical Accident

An Oklahoma man is speaking out about the electrical accident he says killed him – twice. “I just saw Jesus,” Micah Calloway said. “I just saw Jesus, mom, and dad.’ It’s the first thing that came out of my mouth.” It’s been nearly two years since the accident that changed Micah Calloway’s life. “I went into …

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God Hates Vain Repetitions?

A critique of an article by David J. Stewart of Jesus Is Savior Ministries entitled “God Hates Vain Repetitions”. The chanting of the Roman Catholic Rosary is VAIN REPETITION!!!  It is exactly what God hates. God is not impressed with such empty and meaningless prayers.  Some Catholics try to justify vain repetitious prayers with Scriptures such as Matthew 26:44, “And …

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