DONALD SOPER was the last of those nonconformist princes of the pulpit whose eminence derived not from any ecclesiastical position or title but from force of personality and prophetic authority. 2,517 more words
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From John Wesley’s sermon “The Mystery of Iniquity“:
Persecution never did, never could, give any lasting wound to genuine Christianity. But the greatest it ever received, the grand blow which was struck at the very root of that humble, gentle, patient love, which is the fulfilling of the Christian law, the who essence of true religion, was struck in the fourth century by Constantine the Great, when he called himself a Christian, and poured in a flood of riches, honours, and power upon the Christians; more especially upon the Clergy.
The first time I saw the title, “Tips For Jesus,” I though someone was trying to give Jesus a tip on how to do things… We all know that everyone including Jesus gets advice on how to do things. 202 more words