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All the World my Parish

There are only two reasons for anyone to engage in the public proclamation of the gospel: necessity and obedience. Both of these are birthed out of a divine calling on the preacher. 2,112 more words

The Great Commission

How the West Destroyed Libya

FrontPage Magazine

The full impact of Western intervention in Libya was recently highlighted during a televised interview of Worlds Apart.  Hanne Nabintu Herland, a Norwegian author and historian who was born and raised in Africa for 20 years, was the guest. 1,012 more words

Christian Persecution News

Angela Wittman reblogged this on Christian Heritage News and commented:

Excerpt: "Indeed, that the jihadis and other “ISIS” type militants gained the most from Western intervention in Libya cannot be denied.  Simply looking at the treatment of Christian minorities—the litmus test of the radicalization of any Muslim society—proves this."

Observe Christmas Unto the Lord

Every year I struggle with Christmas: I have no struggle with taking time to come together with family to enjoy one another’s company, exchange some modest gifts, and get caught up, but, I have always struggled with a “Christmas” that is absent of Christ and full of “Self”; which is surely the antithesis of Christ who demands that we “die to self” to follow Him. 1,770 more words

Christian Conduct

Heresies, Schmeresies, And Letters From Pharisees

I’d like to quote from an excellent blog post from John Pavlovitz’ blog, “Stuff that needs to be said.”

I hope you subscribe to his blog. 374 more words

Orthodoxy

LBC1689–Christian Liberty and Liberty of Conscience

Chapter 21
CHRISTIAN LIBERTY AND LIBERTY OF CONSCIENCE

21.1 The liberty which Christ has purchased for believers under the Gospel consists of their freedom from the guilt of sin, the condemning wrath of God, and the severity and curse of the law.1 It also includes their deliverance from this present evil world, bondage to Satan, the dominion of sin,2 the distress of afflictions, the fear and sting of death, the victory of the grave, and everlasting damnation.3Furthermore, it includes their free access to God, and their ability to yield obedience to him, not out of slavish fear, but with childlike love, and willing minds.4… 273 more words

The Exchange

For a certain time, the judicial law stood in force...

“Thus far concerning God’s perpetual law (the moral law): now concerning the law of God for a certain time.

The law of God for a certain time, is that which was only for a certain time prescribed to the people of Israel, and is abrogated by the coming of the Messiah. 271 more words

Moral Law