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Evangelicals and Fundamentalist

Two extremely common terms used in Christianity today are Evangelical and Fundamentalist. There are often a catchphrase for liberal and conservative. This post will try to briefly explain the origins of these two terms as well as there beliefs. 497 more words

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3 Important Reasons to Study Church History

“If you don’t know history, then you don’t know anything. You are a leaf that doesn’t know it is part of a tree.”—Michael Crichton.

Studying the history of any field or subject is important.

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Shifts in Views of Mission During the 18th Century

There have been radical shifts in how Christians view mission. This post will attempt to provide a brief history lesson of how Christians views on mission have changed from the 18th century. 672 more words

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Church Polity and the New Testament

Barry talks about the New Testament, church organization, and descriptions and prescriptions.


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The Book of Acts – Part 4 – Leaving Jerusalem (1) – Saul Persecutes the Church

Text: Acts 8:1-3:

Saul was in hearty agreement with putting him to death.

And on that day a great persecution began against the church in Jerusalem, and they were all scattered throughout the regions of Judea and Samaria, except the apostles.

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Challenging the dominant narrative

It was a magnificent structure. Commissioned by the Senate in 13 BCE, it must have been an awe-inspiring sight on the northern edge of Rome. Though dedicated to the god of peace, Pax, everyone knew that it was built to honour the emperor, Augustus. 228 more words


The Best Option for Intellectual Women

I was very intrigued to learn, some years ago, that during medieval times, the convent was almost certainly the best available option for women who were intellectually gifted or ambitious. 364 more words