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See how this denomination hopes to combat membership loss


Cash requested to combat the ‘doomsday machine’ by Tim Wyatt Posted: 13 Feb 2015 @ 12:07 Original source:  http://www.churchtimes.co.uk/articles/2015/13-february/news/uk/cash-requested-to-combat-the-doomsday-machine   ISTOCK Here are insights into the Church of England trying to deal with its devastating continuing membership losses.  The view … Continue reading

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HOW TODAY’S CHRISTIAN EMPHASIS AND LIVING WILL BE CHANGED


Pop Francis: Why Everyone Loves the Pope This is the most thorough explanation of Pope Francis I have read.  I concur with its examples and conclusions, much more detailed than I had before. If you wish insights in Pope Francis, … Continue reading

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The Reality of Exorcisms


Pope Francis, A Devil-Fearer, Recognizes The International Association Of Exorcists Published July 03, 2014 Fox News Latino Pope Francis during the Via Crucis torchlight procession in Rome, Friday, April 18, 2014. (AP) Having participated in a number of ex0rcisms, I  … Continue reading

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CHRISTIANITY’S TENSION WITH AA – A REAL ISSUE


Churchmen and organized religions have generally been of three minds when it comes to Alcoholics Anonymous. Some groups condemn it since it does not specify a religious conversion in line with their particular creed. Others may see it as competition. … Continue reading

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A Charismatic Invasion of Anglicanism?


First Things is published by The Institute on Religion and Public Life, an interreligious, nonpartisan research and education institute whose purpose is to advance a religiously informed public philosophy for the ordering of society. Editor: R.R. Reno A Charismatic Invasion … Continue reading

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God died in Europe – Patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church Irinej


source-  http://www.kurir-info.rs Picture is from St. John the Apostle Anglican Church, Clinton, Township,  Michigan, USA where God is definitely not dead! Here is another view of Europe’s spiritual condition.  This one comes from the East.  One of the most interesting … Continue reading

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Why some become hospital chaplains


Rabbi Jason Weiner, who heads a team of 11 chaplains at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, talks with Helaine Shraga, who was visiting a patient. Photo courtesy of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center In the Jewish Journal: For Rabbi Jason Weiner, his one-year chaplaincy … Continue reading

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