Category Archives: Doug Dingley

Articles Written by Doug Dingley (www.Godswordistruth.org) of the Chouteau Hills Church of Christ in Chouteau, OK (www.chouteauhillscofc.org) Doug’s lessons are independent of all other teachers at “Church of Christ Articles”. Though many of his views including an understanding of Biblical authority and God’s plan of salvation for mankind are identical to the other writers at this website, there are areas in which his teachings are different. He encourages anyone who reads his articles to utilize scripture to see if the things he teaches are according to the truth taught by the apostles and prophets.

Bible Perspective

Almost all religious peoples’ perspectives in the world of so-called “Christendom” can be traced directly back to their individual perspectives of what they believe about Scripture. In other words, what such a person believes and how one behaves regarding anything … Read More

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What You Believe

Question: I’ve heard people say that “It doesn’t really matter what you believe, as long as you believe.” And isn’t that true? Answer: You tell me. A person is suddenly diagnosed with a sometimes deadly disease. The doctor prescribes one … Read More

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I Want To Know What Love Is

Back in 1984 the rock group Foreigner released a soulful love-ballad single, entitled, “I Want To Know What Love Is.” If ever there was a time in our history when that sentiment was most in need, it is certainly now. … Read More

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Marine Corps

Marine Corps and New Recruiting The story is told of a high-school recruitment seminar wherein representatives from three different branches of the armed services were to make their presentations for potential recruits. During the one hour seminar, the first two … Read More

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