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Basic Training: Baptism

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Baptism can be a very controversial topic, especially when Christians who passionately hold differing views get together to discuss it. 1,509 more words

Basic Training

The Cuba Chronicles: Day 2, Part 1

By Joe LaGuardia

On 6 November 2017, I embarked on a mission trip with a small group of clergy and lay leaders to Cuba through the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.  984 more words

Christianity

The Cuba Chronicles: Introduction

By Joe LaGuardia

On 6 November 2017, I embarked on a mission trip with a small group of clergy and lay leaders to Cuba through the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.  694 more words

Faith And Culture

Luna – Ritu Bhathal

Reblogged from But I Smile Anyway: I thought I’d continue the adventures of Barbie and Ken! “By the light of the silvery moon…” A tuneless voice warbled out a song at Barbie’s window. 9 more words

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Morning coffee 2017-11-02 - Distorted half Christianity

Rod Dreher, “Is God Mean?” at The American Conservative” at http://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/is-god-mean-ulrich-lehner/comment-page-1/#comments. Dreher briefly discusses a new book by Roman Catholic theologian Ulrich Lehner entitled  672 more words

Bible

Resource for Bunyan fans

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CHRONOLOGY OF JOHN BUNYAN’S LIFE, PUBLICATIONS AND TIMES

By W. R. Owens and Anne Page

1628   Bunyan born at Elstow, near Bedford (baptized 30 November), the eldest child of Thomas Bunyan (1603–76), a brazier, and his second wife Margaret Bentley (1603–44). 184 more words

Pilgrim's Progress Revisited