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Southern Baptists to open their ranks to missionaries who speak in tongues


(Spontaneous charismatic groups can be found in many denominations.  Fortunately, many denominations have not taken a negative stance rejecting them.  We have been in such churches (Lutheran, independent, Anglican) and closely involved with Catholic charismatics.  It has been a good … Continue reading

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CHRISTIAN CHURCHES, SCHOOLS, AND ESTABLISHMENTS ATTACKED 8-14-13 IN EGYPT


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PRIEST NOT NECESSARY FOR FULL MASS?


Europe is producing a 21st century example of a move toward congregationalism.  It is emerging from, of all places, among some Austrian Catholics. It is still small in numbers, and its polity and theological positions very fluid. it is the … Continue reading

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CATHOLIC AND PROTESTANT APPROACHES TO THE BIBLE


                                Differences Between Catholic and Protestant Approaches to the Bible One of the stronger misconceptions Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican, and Protestant believers have is their prespective on how the other Christian groups view and approach the Bible. These misconceptions are especially common … Continue reading

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EAST AND WEST, A PARADIGM SHIFT


I had been thinking about a post describing the difference between Eastern and Western thinking.  So far, I’ve only managed to touch on it in earlier posts.  Today, after arriving back home I discovered the following post by Fr. Ernesto. … Continue reading

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