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Five Solas of the Reformation

The Five Solas of the Protestant Deformation

The church has “functionally replaced the Five Solas of the Reformation with pragmatic, and often idolatrous, solas of our own making,” says Bible study author, speaker and blogger Michelle Lesley. I’d venture to say that a large number of professing Protestants have no clue what the five solas are. Not only that, many Protestants are unclear […]

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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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The Village Choir. John Watkins Chapman (Fl.1853-1903). Oil On Canvas.

Nine Reasons People Aren’t Singing in Worship

Food for thought from Renewing Worship blog: Worship leaders around the world are sadly changing their church’s worship (often unintentionally) into a spectator event, and people are not singing any more. Before discussing our present situation, let’s look back into history. Prior to the Reformation, worship was largely done for the people. The music was […]

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