TOM ASCOL There is a direct connection between ignorance of God and rampant societal lawlessness. We can no longer assume that the people in America understand even the basic truths about the true God. Those of us who do know Him, must teach them… READ MORE > > > RELATED: Reaffirming Sola Scriptura Why is … More The Forgotten God
American Minute with Bill Federer “I Heard the Bells…” Christmas Tree, Lights, Poinsettia, Carols, & White House Christmas Celebrations – . Continuing through the centuries, courageous missionaries spread Christianity. In the 5th century, St. Patrick evangelized the heathen Druid tribes of Ireland. In the 6th century, St. Augustine of Cantebury baptized 10,000 heathen Anglo-Saxons in England. READ MORE > > >
On October 31st, 1517 Martin Luther, a monk who had been at issue with the Catholic church for years over their “Indulgences scale.” So the day before “All Saints day” when he knew the church would be full, Luther posted his now famous “95 Theses” not as a formal protest but to initiate debate. It … More Sunday Sermon Series – 10/20/2022
Christianity has been intricately intertwined with the history and development of America and greatly contributed to its strength. Judeo-Christian morality, in fact, has been the compass and one of the most powerful influences on Western societ… Source: The False Gospel of the Enemies Within the Church . https://enemieswithinthechurch.com/
According to Theodoret of Cyrrhus, on January 1, A.D. 404, an ascetic monk named Telemachus jumped to the floor of the arena during a gladiatorial match and begged the competitors to stop. The crowd was so angry at the interruption that they stoned him to death. When Christian Emperor Honorius heard about Telemachus’ act of bravery, he … More Taking Unpopular Stands in a Strange New World
American Minute with Bill Federer “Eighty-six years have I have served him, and he has done me no wrong. How can I blaspheme my King and my Savior?”-declared the aged Polycarp, a disciple of the Apostle John, as he stood in 155 AD before the Roman judge who ordered him to deny his faith or be killed. … More Saint Nicholas & the Origins of Secret Gift-Giving!
CAME ACROSS THIS TODAY AND FOUND IT TO BE AN OUTSTANDING ARTICLE! In his book, The Patient Ferment of the Early Church, Alan Kreider makes the case that the substantial growth of Christianity from the resurrection of Christ through the 300’s was tied to the church’s emphasis on the patient ethical formation of believers. According to … More Evangelism, The Church, and Early Christian Ethics
With modern churches, at least in the US looking more and more like entertainment centers maybe it is about time to revisit the Word of God and see its example and purpose for a church. – Mike Question: “What is the purpose of the church?” Answer: Acts 2:42 could be considered a purpose statement for the … More What is the purpose of the church?
‘Live Together as Brothers — or Perish as Fools’ He only flew to Seattle once. It was early November of 1961 — two years before the young civil rights leader would give one of the most famous speeches in history. At just 32, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. hadn’t won his Nobel prize or written … More ‘Live Together as Brothers — or Perish as Fools’
This is one of my favorite books, albeit a large read of over 100 biographies and reviews of Puritans and others influencing the time between the 16th and 17th century. – Mike A Review of “Meet the Puritans” by Andrew Smith | Dec 08, 2020 In the eighteenth century, a carnal, Welsh clergyman bought an … More A Review of “Meet the Puritans”
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