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Daily Archives: 19 Jun 2018
Worship 101: Unfollow me if you want, but there is no room in the Christian faith for something called “patriotic worship.” – Michael Svigel Correct- Christians don’t worship flags or lands or borders or political parties. We worship God. Period. … Continue reading
Excise yourself from the misery of American politics and wickedness (they’re synonyms) and enjoy this fine essay by the superb Konrad Schmid.
When a ‘Man’ Mocks an Immigrant Child With Down Syndrome Who Was Separated From Her Mom… That Man is Inhuman
That ‘man’ is Corey Lewandowski- Corey Lewandowski’s hell will be heated at the highest temperature.
Nope- Love isn’t God. Scripture nowhere says love is God. Saying love is God is idolatry, pure and simple.
Nope. Sorry, Sparky, not even close contextually. Try again. Or better, don’t try at all until you’ve actually studied the Bible. A LOT.
For though absent in body, I am present in spirit; and as if present I have already pronounced judgment in the name of the Lord Jesus on the man who has done such a thing. When you are assembled, and … Continue reading
Ιησους…. I’m speechless. I pray God destroy those responsible for this monstrous evil.
If This Doesn’t Suffice To Guide Your Views of Immigration, You Just Don’t Care What the Bible Says, About Anything, So Stop Talking About It
Exodus 23:9 — “You must not oppress foreigners. You know what it’s like to be a foreigner, for you yourselves were once foreigners in the land of Egypt.”
Deporting the ‘Illegal Immigrant’ Pregnant Mom But Allowing the Fetus to Stay: How the ‘Prolife’ Right Works
Prolife judge Anthony Gabel ordered Fairuz Naoum, a pregnant illegal immigrant, to be deported back to Iraq last week, just moments before giving her unborn baby permission to stay in the United States. Gabel told EOTT this morning that 27-year-old … Continue reading
Under Zwingli’s leadership… A theological college, called Carolinum, was established from the funds of the Great Minster, and opened June 19, 1525. It consisted of the collegium humanitatis, for the study of the ancient languages, philosophy and mathematics, and the … Continue reading