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Praise God For Teachers

As a kid, I hated school. I skipped out on homework. I viewed summer reading lists as optional. And, my preferred method of studying was reading the teacher’s guide. 481 more words



March 11, 2016

I wish to express my gratitude as well as congratulations to my readers for enduring the vicissitudes of this atypical blog site. At this point it seems appropriate to give a bit of explanation for newcomers, then review its irregular history, and finally to attempt a peek into the future. 941 more words

The Atonement

Reformation Brewery From the Ground Up


WOODSTOCK, Ga. – Since its establishment in October 2013, Reformation Brewery has grown much more and much faster than expected.

Nick Downs, co-founder and head brewmaster, doubles as a Delta Air Lines pilot. 976 more words


How Christians Today View Halloween

Less than a quarter of Americans — and Christians — avoid Halloween due to its pagan roots.

CHR Comment: The survey information comes from LifeWay, the publisher for the Southern Baptist Convention. 57 more words

5 Lessons on Mentorship from the Middle Ages

A few weeks ago, on October 31, we celebrated a holiday. And no – I’m not talking about Halloween. While it is often forgotten about, Reformation Day marks an important date in the life of Protestants. 1,638 more words

Reformation Bowl 2015 - Lexington, SC

October 31st is Reformation Day.

In celebration, we, as the reformers would have wanted it, go bowling.

Sola Scriputra

Sola Fide

Sola Gratia

Sola Christus… 23 more words

Martin Luther

Reblogged: Gustavus Adolphus II, King and Confessor (from Aardvark Alley)

Orycteropus Afer over on Aardvark Alley has some great daily posts for feast days and commemorations, especially as regards people important to the history of the early Church and the Reformation.   383 more words