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-Will Christian Denominations Survive the Homosexual Crisis?

Saturday, July 21st, 2012

           (Church of Pilgrims, in Washington, DC: Wikipedia) Make no mistake about it, the current push for Gay rights and same-sex marriage across America has created a crisis that most mainline protestant denominations will have a hard time surviving intact. If denominations continue to honor Biblical teaching on homosexuality they will run into trouble with […]

-American Church on the ‘Wrong Side of History’ When it Comes to Homosexuality?

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012

Bible believing Christians in America are continually being told that they are on the ‘wrong side of history’ when it comes to homosexuality. However, most evangelical Bible believing Christians would rather be on the ‘wrong side of history’ than on the wrong side of almighty God. Make no mistake about it, whether we want to […]

-Study: Atheists and Agnostics Know More About Religion Than People of Faith?

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

Image via Wikipedia Do atheists and agnostics in America know more about religion than people of faith? According to a Pew study they do. However it is my conclusion that education is probably the major determining factor here. The study also shows that College grads beat out everyone else. Take a look at the survey […]

Re: “The Shakers”

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

Here’s a fine article from Religion & Ethics about the last Shaker community and the three remaining members. A movement that once had over 6,000 members in 23 communities in 19th century America. The article contains an interview of two of the remaining three elders living at Sabbathday Lake, in central Maine, the last Shaker […]

-Franklin Graham and Most Protestant Pastors Agree on Islam

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

Image by roberthuffstutter via Flickr Franklin Graham was recently ‘un’-invited to participate in a service at the Pentagon on the National Day of Prayer because of past negative statements he had made against Islam. The news media made it seem like Franklin was radical in his views but this is not the case at all. […]