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Message from Montague Keen, October 8, 2018 - "As you uncover the truth, unpleasant facts must be faced."

If you haven’t read Montague Keen before, his messages are channeled by his wife Veronica. Montague can come off as a bit of a fire brand, but his message is direct and makes no bones about what needs to be acknowledged and addressed. 1,171 more words

Channeled Messages

The Rise and Fall of the Complementarian Doctrine of the Trinity | Book Review

The debate about gender roles between complementarians and egalitarians is one of the most contentious among evangelical Christians. Complementarians believe that God created a hierarchical relationship between men, whose role is to lead in home and church, and women, whose role is to graciously submit to male leadership. 1,057 more words

Book Reviews

Didn't the church leaders just make up which books are in the Bible?

A student asks Frank Turek a great question about where the Biblical Cannon came from. Wasn’t it just figured out from the council of Nicea?


The Changing Church

“The next century (after the first hundred years of Christianity) we find her (Roman Catholicism) weighted by notions of pagan or Alexandrian systems (of worship) and effected by institutions of Greek and Roman society. 649 more words


The Beginnings of Trinitarian Language

The doctrine of the Trinity is not an easy doctrine to grasp, and from the beginnings of the church there have been groups who have attempted to deny its validity.  724 more words

Sermon for 11 June 2017, Trinity Sunday, Year A on Matthew 28: 16-20

Occasionally trying to sort out the meaning of words and ideas somehow misses the point. Let me give you an example. Like a number of you in this room I am a grandparent. 1,781 more words

Progressive Sermons

The Arian Controversy and the Council of Nicea: The Council of Nicea, Part 4 (The History of Christianity #118)

Our History of Christianity Scripture passage today is Romans 10:9-10 which reads: “That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. 256 more words