Daily Archives: 27 Aug 2017

A Bit of Luther to End Your Day

If contempt for the Word and its ministers continues to be so great [things will get much worse for the church]. If I wanted to get rich under these circumstances I wouldn’t preach but would be a juggler and travel … Continue reading

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Harvey Horror

The Director of Fema pretty much sums up the situation when he says that Hurricane Harvey is probably the worst disaster in Texas history. William “Brock” Long, newly installed as director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, said in an … Continue reading

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Your Daily Dose of Pentebabbleist Nutbaggery

Do Pentebabbleists ever study Theology?  I mean really study it?  Or is their Montanism enough?

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Disaster Relief

If you’re looking for a way to help the people affected by Hurricane Harvey, I recommend Southern Baptist Convention Disaster Relief.  The Red Cross uses lots of the money you send it for overhead.  The SBC doesn’t.  And the SBC … Continue reading

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What Kind of Woman is Paula White, The President’s* ‘Spiritual Advisor’? Why She’s An Adulterer of Course

And we all knew it back in 2010.

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Trump’s Tweets… Today…

While Houston drowns- you’re President* has tweeted what matters most to him- Via Shannon Watts on the twitter

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The Man Trump Pardoned

No Christian, indeed, no person of faith or morals can support this man; nor can they support a President* who pardon’s a monster who has been convicted of violating the 4th Amendment. A Christian would find the behavior of such … Continue reading

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America is a Sick Land…

America is a sick land when a guy who loses one fight makes more for doing so than 99% will earn in their lifetime. And sicker when the guy who wins, wins even more.

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Quote of the Month

Es tut mir leid, dass im Titel alle “Evangelikale” in einen Topf geworfen werden. Das ist undifferenziert, auch unfair. Aber leider scheint eine Mehrheit der amerikanischen Christen, die sich so bezeichnen, hinter dieser rassistischen Politik zu stehen. — Catherine McMillan … Continue reading

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Luther on the Torment of Sleeplessness

“Sleep is a beneficial and necessary work of nature. I think it’s a most annoying thing for a sleeping person to be disturbed in his rest. Hippolytus wrote from Italy that it’s the severest torment not to let robbers sleep … Continue reading

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Downtown Houston at 12:10 this Morning (Eastern Time)

Via twitter-

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De convitiis Eckii: Zwingli Drops the Hammer on Johannes Eck

Huldrych Zwingli and Johannes Eck didn’t get along.  Obviously.  So when Zwingli published his ‘Reasonable Faith‘ Eck couldn’t control himself.  He had to lash out.  The present booklet, Zwingli’s response to Eck’s response to Fidei ratio lets Mr Eck have … Continue reading

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Here’s a picture from first light in Houston this morning.  The city is under water and days of rain are still to come.  This is a dreadful disaster.

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Fun Facts from Church History: Zwingli’s Description of the Catabaptists

They are mostly a class of rabble, homeless from the want of means, who make it their business to win old women by pompous discourses upon divine things to extract from them the wherewithal to support themselves, or to gather … Continue reading

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A Bit of Calvin to Start Your Day

All men of sound judgment will therefore hold, that a sense of Deity is indelibly engraven on the human heart. And that this belief is naturally engendered in all, and thoroughly fixed as it were in our very bones, is … Continue reading

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