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40 Days of Prayer: Day 1

Lord, because you have made me, I owe you the whole of my love; because you have redeemed me, I owe you the whole of myself; because you have promised so much, I owe you my whole being. 104 more words

December 17

The Poop Collector

“…punishment for our peace was on Him, and we are healed by His wounds.”  (Isaiah 53.5, HCSB).

Read Isaiah 53:5-6

When my children were younger, they went to a school that was in a very nice neighborhood.   536 more words

Juda's Sacrament

The allegation that Christianity worships money has a deeper meaning than the truism that the church is after money. Actually, it is the institution of money that needs the church. 1,238 more words

Articles

Sunday, October 9, 2281

Here’s a little sneak peak at the first book of the new series, “The Rift.” I will be publishing this in paperback and eBook formats next week. 478 more words

Writing

Anselm of Canterbury and Book of Mormon

Sunstone Magazine, ‘Revival Language in the Book of Mormon,’ May – June 1983, pg 22; “The concept of an infinite atonement was born in a famous theory of the atonement by Anselm of Canterbury in the twelfth century. 655 more words

False Doctrines Of Mormonism

St. Anselm of Canterbury

Since writing my previous post, a few specific prayers have been coming back to me over and over again.

First, the prayer of St. Anselm of Canterbury. 327 more words

Prayers

How the East Sees the West

The presence of multiple perspectives within the Christian faith is not a new invention of the 20th century. The split between the Western (Roman Catholic, then Protestant) church and the Eastern Orthodox church is well traveled by Christian historians, yet an understanding of the churches which grew from this cultural differentiation is not as common. 107 more words

Theology