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Religion and the Church

Of considerable interest is the struggle within the Church of Rome during the nineteenth century regarding the notion of the Infallibility of the Pope in matters of faith. 948 more words

Hugh's Blogs

This Is That Book Review I Told You Was Coming...

“WHAT HAPPENED TO BRIGITTE BERTHOLD?

The question has haunted Daniel Knight since he was thirteen, when he and ten-year-old Brigitte escaped the Gestapo agents who arrested both their parents. 1,248 more words

Catching the Wind

by Melanie Dobson

I loved every minute of reading this book. It had it all family, love, mystery, survival and is split between 1940 and present day 2017. 437 more words

Tyndale

Protestant Profiles #7: William Tyndale

William Tyndale (c. 1494-1536)

Born: Gloucestershire (near the town of Dursley), England
Role: Scholar, Bible Translator, Early English Reformer
Emphases: Bible in English; justification by faith; translation of key biblical ecclesiastical terms in line with original NT context, rather than with Catholic terms (eg; ‘overseer’ instead of ‘bishop’; ‘elder’ instead of ‘priest’; ‘congregation’ instead of ‘church’ etc;) 678 more words

Church History

My Prayer Letter for April

As most of you know, last month I chose not to renew my contracts with my current church and Tyndale (IT department).  This leaves me for the most part unemployed, with a lot of free-time on my hands.   944 more words

Personal Life

A List of Links (a Link List?)

Here are the links to all projects that I was a part of during my time in the Marketing & Communications Department at Tyndale University College & Seminary: 878 more words

Professional Writing