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Taxi driver's petition - Free Church opposition to Sabbath use of public transport

The following is extracted from the Free Church Magazine of 1853 and contains a clear, pertinent and heart-warming petition from those most adversely affected by the use of public transport on the Lord’s Day. 722 more words

Free Church Of Scotland

Worship on the Lord's Day


Shelby G. Floyd

The New Testament clearly outlines the essentials on worship. These are: the Lord’s Supper, the contribution, prayer, preaching, and singing. However, in the matters of judgment or incidentals the New Testament does not have a lot to say. 331 more words

New Life

After Gadhimai: It Must Never Happen Again

What is virtuous conduct? It is never destroying life, For killing leads to every other sin.
The Tirukural Verse 321 : An ancient Hindu text, written about 2100 years ago. 1,480 more words

Animal Rights

mike and brandy reblogged this on My Omer of Manna and commented:

'Religious' Bloodshed to Appease a Bloody God Thank you for reminding us again... Religions have Consequences to Other Beings. I wish this would be able to break thru and be passed around and forwarded. -mike

A Day that Lives in Infamy?

December 7, 2014.  Seventy-three years ago (also Sunday morning) in 1941, aircraft from the Imperial Japanese navy raided Hawaii and its surrounding islands.  They sank or disabled a dozen or more warships of the American navy at Pearl Harbor.  479 more words

How the Lord's Supper 'Saves' the Church

You cannot care for me with no regard for her,
if you love me you will love the church.
Derek Webb –

As Derek Webb’s song (“The Church”) points out, to love Christ without the church is like loving a man and loathing his wife. 802 more words


The Bookend - Restless Spirit, the blog of Crawford Mackenzie

First of all you have to understand that the church has always been part of my life. Not just a part but one of the most significant parts of it. 172 more words


The Desperate Need for a Revival of Sabbath Observance

Truly, one of the most hotly contested issues in the American church is the fourth commandment- “Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy” (Exodus 20:8). 284 more words