Daily Archives: 18 Aug 2017
Now the rest of them need to- though Falwell never will. Trump is his lord. The pastor of a New York megachurch said Friday that he has resigned from President Trump’s Evangelical Advisory Board, citing “a deepening conflict in values” … Continue reading
Here we go. Bannon: ‘The Trump Presidency That We Fought For, and Won, Is Over.’ With the departure from the White House of strategist Stephen K. Bannon, who helped shape the so-called nationalist-populist program embraced by Donald Trump in his … Continue reading
A rowdy gang of angry, riled-up Arminian believers gathered to pull down a statue of Reformer John Calvin standing in front of Calvin Reformed Bible College & Seminary, authorities confirmed Friday. The band of Wesleyan troublemakers brought a rope, lassoed … Continue reading
These. They’ve hung a noose outside a Church in Alabama. They are godless. They know neither Christ nor salvation. They are servants of hell.
The Bee reports Doomsday Clock Now Spinning Like Ceiling Fan.
I’ve said all along that no matter what Trump did, most of his followers would still follow him. Not because he’s good or right or decent, but because they are invincibly irredeemably, incredibly, and irreversibly ignorant. And this poll proves … Continue reading
It is ‘The Pandering Immoral Power Questing Pseudo-Christian Self-Serving Advisory Council’.
In Sacrosanctum Jesu Christi Domini nostri Evangelium secundum Matthæum Commentariorum libri XII. fol. Tig. 1542, was translated by Frisius into German, with the title, “The Hope of the Faithful,” and published August 18, 1544. The preface to the volume is … Continue reading
You can remove all the monuments you want, it won’t solve anything. Evil lies within the hearts of men, not images of stone and metal.
On 18 August in 1524 (a Thursday that year) Zwingli published, at the behest of the Zurich city council, their answer to the Bishop of Constance for the reformatory undertakings of their clergy. In sum it asserts that the City … Continue reading
Is this one by Hans Holbein the Younger-
Because… They wouldn’t like it there. For them, it would be Hell… Because there are all sorts of Africans and Hispanics and Arabs and Asians and maybe even some Australians and Brits: And they sang a new song, saying: “You … Continue reading
August 18, 1520: Philipp Melanchthon married Katharina Krapp in Wittenberg. Katharina was the daughter of Hans Krapp who was the highly esteemed mayor of Wittenberg. Apparently, Philipp had been determined to live his life as a bachelor. He was fully … Continue reading
There are two things of which a good pastor should be careful; to be diligent in teaching, and to keep himself pure. — John Calvin