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When worlds collide

No, this post has nothing to do with Velikovsky (whether it should is a separate question).

My topic is summed up in Sirach 33:14:

Opposite evil stands good,

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Apologetics

Bringing up the Body: Martin Luther vs Thomas Cromwell

Like my master the king, I am a faithful son of the holy Catholic church. Only just now we are not in communion with the Pope.

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Theology

The Reformation In The Netherlands

Posted at Beacon of Truth/ Our Christian Heritage:

Perhaps no people suffered more in the struggle for liberty of conscience than did those of the Low Countries. 480 more words

Church History

Heidelberg Catechism, Lord's day 9

9. Lord’s Day

Q. 26. What believest thou when thou sayest, “I believe in God the Father, Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth”?
A. That the eternal Father of our Lord Jesus Christ (who of nothing made heaven and earth, with all that is in them; … 95 more words

The Romans Road, or the Roman Road?

As a Christian, the question of Roman Catholicism (and Eastern Orthodoxy) vs. Protestantism will come up at some point.  And in this post I will attempt, in brief and drawing heavily from the writings of wiser and more learned men than I, to assert that this question is actually a very important one.  1,223 more words

Christianity

Upcoming Series: Reflections on Schleiermacher's _On Religion_

Friedrich Schleiermacher has been simultaneously derided and applauded as the origin of modern Mainline Protestantism. His On Religion, published in 1799, is one of the books that church historians have identified as the fount of Protestant liberalism. 69 more words

Historical Theology