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Blog Posts

"Repent, Believe, and Follow" (Mark 1:14-20)

Posted by Charles Henrickson on January 24, 2015 at 11:30pm

A Time Not Unlike Our Own.

Posted by Dave Gosse on January 17, 2015 at 7:30pm

On being catholic...

Posted by Juan O. Cepero on January 17, 2015 at 7:15pm

Sex and the Single Christian

Posted by Dave Gosse on January 16, 2015 at 9:19pm — 1 Comment

Madness

Posted by Dave Gosse on January 9, 2015 at 12:19pm — 1 Comment

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Political Correctness,Tolerance and Moral Relativism 31 Replies

Started by James Robertson in General. Last reply by James Robertson 10 hours ago.

Proposed Resolution for upcoming convention on Classical Education 14 Replies

Started by Rev. Richard Mittelstadt in General. Last reply by Janet Payne on Thursday.

...written in their hearts.... 7 Replies

Started by James Robertson in General. Last reply by James Robertson Dec 31, 2014.

R U Being Manipulated 9 Replies

Started by Dave Gosse in General. Last reply by James Robertson Jan 4.

Current Episcopalian Discerning Move to LCMS: Advice Needed 5 Replies

Started by Sean Matthew in General. Last reply by Gene White Dec 25, 2014.

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James Robertson replied to James Robertson's discussion Political Correctness,Tolerance and Moral Relativism
"MULTICULTURALISM: GOOD OR BAD FOR AMERICA? By Attorney Michael Peroutka October 15, 2014 NewsWithViews.com In 2008, during Obama’s first national campaign, Barack Obama is on record saying that America is not a Christian…"
10 hours ago
James Robertson commented on James Robertson's blog post Thinking Reasonably
"Needed: A Healthy Dose of Reality Christians of all people should be realists. We should not be overly optimistic, nor should we be overly pessimistic – we should just be realistic. We should seek to look at the world as it really is –…"
11 hours ago
James Robertson replied to James Robertson's discussion Lust: A Deadly Sin
"Sober Scriptural Wisdom on Avoiding the Whirlwind of Lust By: Msgr. Charles Pope There is a marvelous chapter in the Book of Proverbs that ought to be studied by every young person who must live in this lustful world. Its sets forth plainly the…"
14 hours ago
James Robertson replied to David S.'s discussion What was God doing from 500 - 1300 AD? in the group The Church Visible
"Mystery Is Deep and Yet Vertical – A Brief Meditation on the Christian Meaning of Mystery By: Msgr. Charles Pope In the secular world, a “mystery” is something which baffles or eludes understanding, something which lies…"
22 hours ago
Dave Gosse replied to David S.'s discussion What was God doing from 500 - 1300 AD? in the group The Church Visible
"Doctrine takes a back seat to empathy.  The Gospel is to love each other and do to others as we would have done to us - consideration for the weakness of others - and if another is convinced in his heart that (i.e. penance, fasting, fish on…"
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David S. replied to David S.'s discussion What was God doing from 500 - 1300 AD? in the group The Church Visible
"Thank you Dave and James for the replies.  The Cripplegate article is good James, but like Dave says, it cuts off before the medieval period (with the exception of Bede, who I can tell you sounds very Roman Catholic to me after having read his…"
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James Robertson commented on James Robertson's blog post Read Me. (How well do you know your Bible?)
"Living in the Bible Getting into the Word for 2015 By: Eric Metaxas - January 26, 2015 - Breakpoint It’s probably no surprise to you, but biblical ignorance is running rampant -- even in the church. And while I’m at it, how are you doing…"
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James Robertson commented on James Robertson's blog post Blessed Are the Unoffended
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James Robertson replied to James Robertson's discussion Words!
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James Robertson replied to James Robertson's discussion ...male and female created He them.
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