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The Third Commandment

Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain; for the Lord will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain. 2,203 more words

Christianity

'Christian Mommy' Goes Evil

Where do you even begin with a story like this?

We start with a “Christian mommy blogger” who becomes the idol and oracle of millions, writes a New York Times best-seller, makes boxcar-loads of money–and then “marries” another woman ( … 192 more words

Religion

Insults in Vain

In the Bible there is a passage commonly known as the Ten Commandments.  In that list of basic civil law and religious philosophy, is the least understood, and possibly the most misused one of the lot; the one about taking the Lord’s name in vain. 610 more words

Isle Of Disbelief

Why judgment must begin in the Lord’s house, with those who are called by His name.

A timely repost…

Sadly, what is mostly offered to the world as “The Church of Jesus Christ” is in truth nothing more than an apostate whoring religious system which, though naming the name of Jesus Christ, has succumbed to the worldly wisdom of marketing experts in order to increase their numbers. 4,141 more words

Wake Up!

Hallowed Be Thy Name

   You shall not misuse the name of the LORD your God. – Exodus 20:7 (NIV)

When my son and his friends were in high school and a part of our church’s youth group, they’d really get into the worship music. 620 more words

Protestant vs. Roman Catholic vs. Orthodox: How Does a Christian Find a Church?

I put the following comment on an article at Conciliar Post, a very interesting interfaith, multi-author blog. My comment is not fully thought out, but I did not fix it because it is meant to prompt discussion at Conciliar Post and now here. 575 more words

Modern Doctrines

Reshaping sculpture

Nora Schultz is teaching her first sculpture courses this fall as a new assistant professor in the Department of Visual and Environmental Studies. The German artist, who works across many different media, spoke to the Gazette about her influences, her recent fascination with robotics, and how her own projects inform her teaching. 921 more words

Arts & Culture