Tag Archives | Salvation

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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Sheep wearing armor

Three signs of a believer

By Elizabeth Prata Tom Chantry at The Cripplegate has written a very good essay titled Occam’s Razor and the Perpetuity of Evangelical Scandal In it, he states logically and simply that if people would simply stop accepting at face value the proclamations of celebrity pastors and the like that they are Christians, lives would be made […]

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New Vatican document reflects on relations between Catholics, Jews

In a piece over at Catholic News Service – an important read – Cindy Wooden writes: Catholics are called to witness to their faith in Jesus before all people, including Jews, but the Catholic Church “neither conducts nor supports” any institutional missionary initiative directed toward Jews, says a new document from a Vatican commission.” How God will save the […]

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Benham Brothers

Benham Brothers on Oregon Shooting: Satan and Demons Manifesting Themselves in Our Nation

David and Jason Benham are real-estate entrepreneurs who were famously dropped from an HGTV reality show because of their belief in biblical marriage.  Because they stood their ground, their show was cancelled even before it was aired.  The brothers have spoken out about the Oregon massacre.  According to David Benham what happens when a nation […]

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