Monthly Archives: September 2011

Communist Goals and How They’ve Succeeded

I don’t normally write about politics, but this post is going to sound like I’m a sap for conspiracy theories. The fact is, I write off most things that even sound like a conspiracy theory, because conspiracy theorists have proven … Continue reading

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The Nicene Creed, New Catholic Wording, and What’s Really Important

First of all, I mean no disrespect to an an excellent article by Dr. Edward Sri. I’m just using it as a push off to complain about how we avoid important issues. There’s a lot of interesting points in Dr. … Continue reading

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Churches as Communities (Larry Crabb)

A friend posted this quote on Facebook. It’s too good to pass up. I have nothing to add to it. I just want to tell you it’s from Larry Crabb. I haven’t read any of his booksin over 20 years, … Continue reading

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Christian History News In Focus: Has Evangelicalism Been Disproven by an Evangelical?

A blog called "Shameless Popery," which makes its way into my Google Alerts on a regular basis, posted an article called "An Evangelical Disproves Evangelicalism". The evangelical in question is Scot McKnight. I am only slightly familiar with him. I … Continue reading

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Has Hell Always Been Forever?

I’ve been putting up Christian history "news" posts on my Christian History for Everyman site. That’s not really a blog, though, and I’m learning there are some benefits to the blog setup. So I’m moving those here, and I’ll just … Continue reading

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A New Look at the Remission of Sins

I can’t take any credit for this idea. I got a text from a brother today saying: I was reading in Acts this morning, and in 2:38 Peter tells them to repent and be baptized for the remission of sins. … Continue reading

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I Wish I Could Dodge the Evolution-Creation Controversy

Soon, or perhaps already, a mutant army of mosquitoes and caterpillars are being unleashed in the Brazilian jungle. Scientists have used gene therapy to engineer mosquitoes and moths that bear viable offspring, but those offspring are pre-programmed with a suicide … Continue reading

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Was Cardinal John Henry Newman Correct?

From the blog: Early Church Fathers: Today, as Protestant theologians study the Fathers of the Early Church, they are awakening to the truth of Blessed John Henry Newman’s conclusion: "You cannot study the Fathers and remain a Protestant." Is this … Continue reading

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Traditions and Common Sense Versus the Fullness of Divinity

I think most of us have seen and probably spent time considering the following verse. Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the basic principles of the world, and not … Continue reading

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