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The Two Witnesses

I am now 42 years into this Christian journey. I have heard thousands of sermons from some of the best theologians, with a broad exposure to many diverse belief systems. 686 more words

Transformation

Reaching Behind the Veil

We do not arrive at the Truth by carefully aligning Biblical proof texts into systematically organized themes, topics, doctrines, or systems of beliefs. By doing so many have arrived at diverse teachings and truths, all supported by different kinds of inner logic and reasoning, yet more often than not at odds with each other – while claiming the sole authority of the Bible in their conclusions. 411 more words

Reflection

The “Deep Churchman”

Dr. Roberta BayerI read this article in the Anglican Way Magazine and reprinting it here with Dr. Bayer’s kind permission…………

The “Deep Churchman” – Commentary on “C. 1,258 more words

Anglicanism

Reflections

This Memorial Day seems to have left me with much time, and the luxury of hours beyond my usual early morning limited reflections, where I often race with the clock.  762 more words

Transformation

Drunk Priests? Alcohol and Church in Reformation Germany

Isn’t beer great? There is simply nothing like it. I love it so much that I actually made it the focal point of one of my research seminar papers back when I was an undergraduate. 7,141 more words

History

The Heidelberg Catechism - Background

My Only Comfort in Life and Death

Introduction to the Historical Catechetical Method of Teaching the Faith.

Before you begin. Read Luke 1:1-4, 2 Tim 2. 1,504 more words

Heidelberg Catechism