An Open Letter to the Evangelical Church about Vicky Beeching and ‘Gay Christianity’

by theweeflea Brothers and Sisters, As you may be aware Vicky Beeching is currently doing the circuit in the UK and the US promoting her book Undivided. (See my review here) Undivided – An Open Letter to Vicky Beeching  Many in the church and in the wider culture are lauding her.   For example the blurb on her […]

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Faith by Dr ED Welch

Author: Ed Welch Date: July 18, 2013 Category: Blog Posts Topics: Faith I asked a new friend how he came to know Jesus—always a great story. He had been a searcher from his early teens and investigated the religions of his best friends. After hearing an apologist for one faith, my friend was stunned by […]

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March 17: How To Reform the Church

17 March, 2018 in March 2018 by archivist | No comments Continuing our brief series on the “TR” controversy in the 1970s, this was the second article published on the pages of The Presbyterian Journal. THE PRESBYTERIAN JOURNAL, 35.46 (16 MARCH 1977): 7. If you want your people genuinely Reformed, deal gently and in the […]

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Should Christians Celebrate Christmas?

Introduction “Should Christians celebrate Christmas?” or, “How should a Christian celebrate Christmas?” These are questions of concern for many sincere believers. In fact, many believers dislike the season and have refused to celebrate it at all. A number of reasons are given, and while I might agree with some of their concerns and some of […]

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Monday, November 13, 2017 The Fury of the Prince of Peace by Cameron Buettel 4 Comments There is nothing new under the sun (Ecclesiastes 1:9). The Catholic Church was not pioneering a new heresy with the sale of indulgences. Marketing God’s grace and favor is an ancient lie. Organized religious corruption and extortion go all […]

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Jews Come Home to Jesus

Article by John Piper Founder & Teacher, desiringGod.org Nearly sixty thousand Jewish people live in the Twin Cities metropolitan area I call home. More than five million live in the United States, and over fourteen million in the world. The vast majority do not embrace Jesus as their Messiah and Savior. In fact, they believe […]

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New post on This Day in Presbyterian History – January 14: Work on the Shorter Catechism

by archivist A Bellweather of Our Church’s Health? Dipping into an article by the Rev. Stuart Robinson [pictured at right], titled “Recently Discovered Memoranda of the Westminster Assembly” (The Southern Presbyterian Review, 27.4 (October 1876): 730-759, we find this excerpt on the Westminster Assembly’s work on the Shorter and Larger Catechisms:— The Catechisms, Larger and […]

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5 Overlooked Gifts of the Spirit

By Timothy W. Massaro on Sep 01, 2016 in God piosi / Shutterstock.com When it comes to the gifts of the Holy Spirit, it is easy for Christians to think of some kind of special power to walk on water, healing people miraculously, or even the dead being raised. Christians often sound like we want […]

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Christian evangelist cleared at Sheriff’s Court | Christian Concern

Published: January 13th, 2017 | Freedom of Speech , Religious Freedom A Christian evangelist has been cleared of threatening and abusive behaviour, at a trial in Kilmarnock, Scotland. Gordon Larmour was charged with behaving in a “threatening or abusive manner aggravated by prejudice relating to sexual orientation” and “assault”, after he shared the Christian position […]

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