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In Homeric and classical Greek, until the early 4th century BC, stauros meant an upright stake, pole, or piece of paling, “on which anything might be hung, or which might be used in impaling a piece of ground.”
In recent years, news reports featuring the Jehovah’s Witnesses have been growing significantly in number.
Yet the subject has not been their famous door to door ministry, or coverage of their international conventions, or even of their controversial refusal of blood transfusions. 331 more words
A former church elder says a memo has been sent telling them to get rid of notes taken during “judicial meetings” with alleged sex offenders… 385 more words
Every Christian faith foundation or belief can be reasoned in the Bible by those who want to believe it.
The tree of Christian denomination
Throughout all my experience from Baptist, Catholic, Mormons, Pentecostal, Non-denominational, Jehovah Witnesses, etc, etc I have found one simple but inescapable truth, there is no One denomination that has all things right nor has all the answers. 664 more words