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"Come Sunday" asks: what about hell?

If there’s one movie that I have to recommend watching this year, it’s “Come Sunday” (premiered on Netflix just last Friday): the real-life story of the crisis-of-faith experienced by Carlton Pearson, a highly successful Pentecostal Bishop and preacher, and which asks some really important questions for the church/believers today. 1,778 more words


My Reflections on the Book, "Heretics," by G.K. Chesterton

Every Lent for several years now I pick a religious book to read. Near the end of 2017, my husband and I watched the G.K. Chesterton video that is a part of Bishop Robert Barron’s Catholicism series. 600 more words


#Quoted: A Good Novel...

While wondering what to read next after I have finished ‘The Snow Child’, I have zeroed in on some titles as these ‘Heretics’ by G. K. 174 more words


A Popular Heresy

There is a popular heresy. We can see it in the media and on the internet. It is the heresy that the heretic Marcion of Pontus used to teach in the second century. 1,468 more words


The Greatest Heretic of All Time

Og Mandino, a late 20th century motivational author and speaker, wrote a book called The Greatest Salesman about Saint Paul the Apostle to the Gentiles. In the book, Mandino pays tribute to Paul’s marketing skills in reference to how Paul spread the kerygma of Jesus. 740 more words


Michael Brown's Dangerous Orthodoxy

If you haven’t heard about the controversy surrounding Dr. Michael Brown and his association with heretical teachers, you may feel a bit out of the loop reading this. 2,236 more words

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