Tag Archives | Mike Riccardi

Unity

Idolatry, Demons, and Ecumenism

Once again Mike Riccardi of The Cripplegate tackles the ecumenical movement. In an earlier piece, he revealed what happens when Bible believing Christians and theological liberals unite to show strength in numbers. Berean Research has done its part in “outing” Christian Right pro-family groups for joining forces with Progressive Christians, Mormons, Catholics, Word of Faith prosperity […]

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Unity-in-Diversity

Ecumenical vs. Evangelical

Mike Riccardi of The Cripplegate lays out some of the the problems that can result from trying to mix oil with water, as you will see in the case of trying to mix liberalism and historic orthodox Christianity. The result is that the Person and work of Jesus Christ has been compromised for the sake of […]

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Resurrection of Christ

Now Sleeps that Sword for Me

By Mike Riccardi Maybe it’s just me, but I’ve found that around Easter time it’s very easy for our thoughts to be occupied with the events of Resurrection Sunday—sometimes even to the exclusion of the events of Good Friday. That may be for a number of reasons. Perhaps it’s because the church’s time together on […]

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One man, one woman for life

70% of Americans are Christians? Seriously?

A recent report indicates that 70% of Americans are Christians.   If this is true, what it says to this writer is that a whole host of people who profess faith in Jesus Christ neglect to read the instruction manual that reveals everything we need to know about the object of our faith. I’m referring to […]

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Apple and Serpent

Bruce Jenner, Gay Marriage, and Planned Parenthood: The Self-Deification of a Nation

In this blog post Mike Riccardi of The Cripplegate reminds us Who’s in charge of the universe — the One who created it.  Riccardi believes that the issues American’s are being forced to deal with–transgrenderism, homosexualism and the destruction of marriage, and abortion–“all stem from the same polluted fountain out of which even the first sin […]

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