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Kevin Benton attended Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA., the world’s largest Evangelical Christians School, founded by the late Chancellor, Rev. Dr. Jerry Falwell. While at Liberty, he was a member of the basketball team that represented the first Christian School to ever play in the N.C.A.A. tournament against high school friend and former N.B.A. player, Rasheed Wallace and the North Carolina Tar Heels. Kevin Benton is a Minister, Youth and Young Adult Pastor, Recreational Director, Ex-professional basketball player and a Child Care Social Worker. He has played against some of the best players in the world including N.B.A. players Kobe Bryant, Yoa Ming, Aaron McKie, Rick Mahorn, Jerome Allen, Paul Graham and the list goes on. Kevin Benton is the C.E.O. and founder of Kevin Benton Ministries and is a very knowledgeable and anointed speaker, gifted to preach and teach the Word of God. He is the author of the published book, “A Field Trip to Hell” and was invited multiple times as a guest on the Trinity Broadcasting Network for an interview on the "Praise the Lord" segment, which aired on T.V. In his book he tells of a real visitation to Hell experience that he encountered when he was in college which motivated him to write the book. He exposes the world to the 30 revealed torments of Hell firsthand, according to the Bible so that people might realize that Hell is a real place and to avoid it at all cost.

Handling doctrinal, religious and theological differences

Handling doctrinal, religious and theological differences

Since the beginning of time in Christendom, there have been many dividing issues, particularly with ongoing contention in various denominations opposing doctrinal and theological positions. Since judgment will begin with the house of God, (1 Peter 4:17), I must first ...

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The salvation of believers is secure

The salvation of believers is secure

Before we dive into the main purpose of this series which is to expose the many, many scriptures that confirms that we have a “secure” salvation, I want to encourage readers to refer back to the other three articles in ...

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Is salvation a sure thing for believers, or can it be lost? A look at scripture and a pastor's testimony about losing and regaining the faith

Is salvation a sure thing for believers, or can it be lost?  A look at scripture and a pastor's testimony about losing and regaining the faith

When looking at scripture, it appears at first glance that we as Believers can lose our salvation. What we are going to find is that after doing our exegesis of the Word, the scriptures that some say support an “unsecure” ...

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Can believers lose their salvation, or is it secure?

Can believers lose their salvation, or is it secure?

In my last article, I introduced the controversial topic, "Is the Believer’s salvation secure or can you really lose it?"I made no apologies (and still do not) that I support the position that the Believer’s salvation is definitely “secure.” Why ...

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Is the Salvation of the Believer ‘Secure’ – Or Can It Be Lost? (Introduction)

Is the Salvation of the Believer ‘Secure’ – Or Can It Be Lost?  (Introduction)

As I have stated many, many times before in other articles, there are so many controversial issues that have caused a divide among Believer’s in Christendom. Another topic that is definitely on this long list is the question, "Is the ...

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From God's perspective, which is worse — Physical murder or verbal murder?

From God's perspective, which is worse — Physical murder or verbal murder?

In my last article, I finished a two part series that discussed the controversial issue that dealt with the question of a saved “murderer” going to Heaven. The working scenario that we drew from in connection to the “murderer” encompassed ...

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'Getting Away with Murder' — Heaven, Murderers and the Judgment Seat of Christ

'Getting Away with Murder' — Heaven, Murderers and the Judgment Seat of Christ

This article is a continuation of very controversial but seldom discussed topic — Do murderers who get saved go to heaven, thus "getting away with murder?" I first want to begin by creating a working scenario in which to draw ...

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When A Murderer Gets Saved, Do They Really Go To Heaven And Get Away With “Murder”?

When A Murderer Gets Saved, Do They Really Go To Heaven And Get Away With “Murder”?

There are many, many controversial issues that are openly expressed in frustration by people from all walks of life and religious backgrounds as it pertains to God, the Bible and Christianity as a whole. Of these many various concerns, one ...

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‘Election’ vs. ‘Free Will’ Choice: Which one is it? A pastor’s’ look at predestination.

‘Election’ vs. ‘Free Will’ Choice:  Which one is it?  A pastor’s’ look at predestination.

In the first part of this series about free will and predestination, I established Biblical evidence that the Scriptures do support the concept of “free will” choice. Once again, taking a dual position, (not trying to confuse anyone, be spiritually-politically ...

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‘Election’ or ‘Predestination’ vs. Our ‘Free Will Choices’ – Which is it?

‘Election’ or ‘Predestination’ vs. Our ‘Free Will Choices’ – Which is it?

As we begin this two part series, In Christendom, as it pertains to election or predestination and our free will choices, theologians who stringently disagree depending on what point Calvinist they are, hold to their different positions in connection to ...

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Christians and the Prosperity Message: Is money really the root of ALL evil?

Christians and the Prosperity Message:  Is money really the root of ALL evil?

One of the biggest ongoing controversies in Christendom today that always seems to demand a lot of attention (especially with the rise of the “prosperity message”) in this dispensation is the issue of Christians and money. Me personally, I do ...

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Christian Friendly Fire: With “Friendly-Enemies” Like These Who Needs Christianity?

Christian Friendly Fire: With “Friendly-Enemies” Like These Who Needs Christianity?

If you have ever watched a war movie, you will definitely witness one army engaging in intense combat against another army. While not particularly wanting to focus on the hard realities of inevitable casualties of war that take place during ...

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A Christian Perspective about Evil, Pain, Suffering and Tragedy in Life: Why does God allow it and why does He not do something about it? (Conclusion)

A Christian Perspective about Evil, Pain, Suffering and Tragedy in Life:  Why does God allow it and why does He not do something about it?  (Conclusion)

As I wrap up this series (see previous segment) discussing this very, very tough topic, I visited a church one Sunday and a well respected Pastor of a mega church shared a testimony. He said that one of his elderly ...

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