Category Archives: evangelical

Evangelicals following elections less closely than others?


Research Services Speaking Resources Blog Barna Evangelicals Least Likely to Pay Close Attention to 2016 Campaign Research Releases in Culture & Media • March 24, 2016 Although American voters acknowledge how poorly informed they are about the candidates they vote … Continue reading

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Kirk Moderator meets Pope Francis


  The moderator presented the Pope with a Dove of Peace (The modern Church of Scotland is Reformed and Presbyterian. The history of how it grew into its present shape starts more than 1,500 years ago. This gesture between the … Continue reading

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Sanctification of the Christian – The Gospel Coalition Contraversy


An Orthodox Commentary on the Gospel Coalition Controversy                                                               Sanctification, grace, and holiness – Here are comments about the ongoing discussion as to just what are these conditions as lived out by  individuals.  What marks a Christian living out his … Continue reading

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Evangelical church leaders examine ancient liturgical practices


 This event happened earlier this month.  I’ve not seen any details of how it went. Fr. Orthohippo   TOO FORWARD-LOOKINGThe Rev. Ed Gungor: Evangelical churches are more subject to secularism than liturgical churches because they are not connected to their … Continue reading

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Kenneth Copeland, Anglican Bishop Tony Palmer, and Pope Francis all on the same page.


Here is a request from a former Lutheran, journeyed charismatic evangelical, and currently retired Anglican priest. No matter your place in our Christian body, this message from Kenneth Copeland, Bishop Tony Palmer, and Pope Francis will shake your expectations and … Continue reading

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United Methodists, Pessimism and God’s Surprises


This article applies to a number of denominations.  It is not unique with Methodists.  Elements of it can be found in various Catholic, Orthodox, Lutheran, Evangelical, and other Protestant groups, not to mention the various splinter groups. Fr. Orthohippo Being … Continue reading

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What Does it Mean to Be Charismatic? A new view from Evangelical eyes


(view of the Blue Water Bridge, Port Huron, MI, a Bridge from my home town to Sarnia Ontario) My own starting point with the Charismatic Renewal began with a local Catholic charismatic prayer group.  They seemed very pleased when the … Continue reading

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