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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


Halloween: The Untold Story

By Charles Bell, Contributing Writer

It is once again that time of year when one can easily purchase candy corn, gummy candy shaped as various grotesque body parts, and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups shaped like pumpkins. 484 more words


Hating Self Towards Repentance in the Gospel

Reformation Day just passed. As a late celebration, I thought we would consider one thesis from Luther’s Ninety-Five Theses. Luther’s fourth thesis of his Ninety-Five Theses says, 406 more words


Ich kann nicht anders

In case you missed it, last Saturday (besides being Halloween) was Reformation Day. This is the day Protestants celebrate Martin Luther’s nailing of his 95 Theses to the door of All Saints’ Church in Wittenberg in 1517. 155 more words