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Morning Prayer 29.8.16, John Bunyan, Writer, 1688

For an entire year they met with the church and taught a great many people, and it was in Antioch that the disciples were first called “Christians.” 2,658 more words

Jesus Christ

Sometimes a lesser good must be chosen to prevent a future greater evil. This presidential election is one of those times!

Election 2016 the long-term consequences for Christians in America will be devastating depending on the outcome of the vote. The next president will nominate at least 2 new Supreme Court Justices. 1,279 more words

Catholic

Studies in The Baptist Catechism: Section One – Authority, Revelation, and Scripture (Q.2)

William F. Leonhart III

Q.2: Ought everyone to believe there is a God?

A. Everyone ought to believe there is a God;1 and it is their great sin and folly who do not.2… 230 more words

Sin

John Gill

John Gill was born in 1697 and died in 1771. In 74 years he was able to acquire a scope of Biblical knowledge and enjoy a degree of usefulness seldom attained by any man. 424 more words

Church History

Ex-Slave Becomes Community Leader

Born into slavery in Arkansas in 1845, Nelson Taylor Denson moved, at age eleven, to Falls County in East Texas with his master. Denson, who had been educated by his master, developed high regard for Sam Houston after hearing Houston speak when he visited Marlin in his campaign for governor. 374 more words

Free Ebook- History of the Baptists

Henry C. Vedder, (Henry Clay)- A short history of the Baptists (Pdf)

Henry C. Vedder- Baptists (Pdf)

Free Ebook

Faith and Politics

“Baptists” and Politics

When I tell Christians in the mainline denominations (like Methodists, Episcopalians, Lutherans, etc.) that I grew up Baptist, I tend to get reactions ranging from horror to pity.  669 more words

Doubt And Theology