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Don't Call It Persecution

A friend’s Facebook recently alerted me to an article from TheDailyBeast.com concerning American Christianity and the concept of persecution.  More specifically, it discussed the seeming inanity of the use of the word “persecution” for anything Americans experience when compared to the dire religious threats and danger are faced by our fellow believers on the world stage. 843 more words

Reflections

How you can Worship in the Catholic Church

Are you curious about adoring in the Catholic Church? In this write-up, I will certainly go over how you can praise in the Catholic Church, also if you are not a participant. 440 more words

David Jeremiah

Ligonier Ministries/The Truth of the Cross

http://www.ligonier.org/learn/conferences/the-truth-of-the-cross-2014-regional-conference/?utm_source=All+Things+Ligonier&utm_campaign=123054f402-philly2014_media1&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_420f754c7c-123054f402-241401825

People need a consistent explanation of the cross of Christ and what it accomplished. Christ’s atoning work is the centerpiece of the gospel and the only solution for humanity’s estrangement from our Creator.

Reformed Theology

Kicking One off the Old ‘Bucket List’

Concert Review ~ Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band at The Fox Theatre in St. Louis

I grew up, and remain, a huge Beatles fan. Though I never saw them perform (they stopped touring in 1966), I have seen Paul McCartney in concert eleven times, the late George Harrison on his only US tour in 1974, and unfortunately never saw John Lennon in concert; he was murdered in 1980. 3,523 more words

Part 2 Christians and Halloween

Remembering the Reformation

Does the Protestant Reformation still matter? If so, why? These are important questions, especially in our day and age, because for many living today in the twenty-first century, what is important is not the past, but the future. 873 more words

Christian Theology

Coram Deo ~ In the Presence of, and Before the Face of God

Our blog is named Coram Deo, It’s not a phrase we hear about each day, so what does it mean? Read R.C. Sproul’s answer… 5,145 more words