Category Archives: Christian History News in Focus

Easter is Passover, not Resurrection Sunday

The only annual feast that the apostles’ churches kept, as far as I can tell, is Passover. Over time, that has become Easter. I won’t concern myself with how it got to be Easter, whether there were pagan origins, etc. … 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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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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