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A Need for a Neo-Scholasticism

I am not sure certain babies where thrown out with the bath water sometimes. Now those who know me, are well aware that I tend to be a protestant of the 16th century persuasion, very humanist in thinking, sympathetic to the early churches traditions, and iconoclast. 854 more words

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MOUNT OF OLIVES AND THE KIDRON VALLEY

The most momentous events in history and the most momentous events in future time have already, or will occur in the area shown in this video.   250 more words

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Christmas and the Deep Racial Divide Between White and Black Evangelicals

A common religious perspective doesn’t always bridge things that separate. In the Atlantic, Robert P. Jones delineates a racial divide that is not new, but that recent events accentuate. 22 more words

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A Remarkable Dream

Posted at Beacon of Truth/ Our Christian Heritage:

The morning of October 31, the elector said to Duke John, “‘Brother, I must tell you a dream which I had last night, and the meaning of which I should like much to know. 384 more words

Church History

Christianity is Not a Contract!

“Every time you make a choice you are turning the central part of you, the part of you that chooses, into something a little different than it was before.

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Theology

Not by Scripture Alone - By: Jim Blackburn

In 1947, a group of Christians in Nebraska formed a fellowship known today as the Berean Church Fellowship. The name of the group is borrowed from the Acts of the Apostles 17:11, which the group quotes on their Web site ( 1,807 more words

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