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Theologian equates Christianity with Mormonism & the occult

Well-known theologian Stephen H. Webb released an article a few days ago calling on Christians to come to some reconciliation with occultic practices. His article entitled "Healing the divide between Christianity and the occult" rolls out a defense of Joseph Smith, founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (aka LDS… Continue reading Theologian equates Christianity with Mormonism & the occult

apostasy · Catholicism · Christianity · End times · heresy · politics · religion

Shocked by the Pope’s recent statements? Don’t be.

WARNING!: If you love how the Roman Catholic Church operates and have no problem with them, this is not a post you should read. Pope Francis I has really been catching many people off-guard with some unusual statements not usually made by popes, at least not in public. From his statement that atheists can make… Continue reading Shocked by the Pope’s recent statements? Don’t be.

Bible · Christianity · church · clergy · Holy Spirit · preaching · religion

Seminary nice but not necessary

I think it's great there are places throughout America where believers can go to sharpen their skills and knowledge for ministry because there are many who probably need help and counsel on how to conduct themselves in ministry. However, I'm of the opinion that seminary isn't necessary when believers want to learn more about God,… Continue reading Seminary nice but not necessary

Christianity · love · religion

The apostle of love

Jesus taught the importance of love with what we refer to as "The Golden Rule" and by pointing out that the great commandment was to "love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind" and that the next most important commandment was to "love thy… Continue reading The apostle of love

Christianity · God · hardships · judgment · law · philosophy · politics · science

Wildfires, storms, & floods. Is God saying something?

This has been a quiet season as far as hurricanes and tropical storms go. But in the past couple of months, we've seen record-setting wildfires in the Western U.S., most of which were caused by lightning strikes (although there are rumors circulating Al Qaeda started them). This week in Colorado, we've seen record-setting, deadly flash floods covering… Continue reading Wildfires, storms, & floods. Is God saying something?

Christianity · Islam · law · religion

Controversial Florida pastor arrested on his way to burn Korans

Terry Jones, the Florida pastor famous for burning Korans, was on his way to a park in Florida today to burn 3,000 of the books soaked in kerosene when authorities arrested him. It's still unclear what he was charged with. Jones was apparently about to burn the Korans in commemoration of the 9/11 victims. The… Continue reading Controversial Florida pastor arrested on his way to burn Korans

Christianity · End times · hardships · human rights · law · life · philosophy · politics · religion · science

Better off dead?: Belgium pushes euthanasia for organ donations

The liberal, progressive, quasi-socialist, Darwinist mentality has now bred utilitarianism in the nation of Belgium. It has taken the form of doctors and government officials praising the idea of encouraging certain people in their society to have themselves put to death for the "greater good" of donating their organs to someone else in need. The premise for… Continue reading Better off dead?: Belgium pushes euthanasia for organ donations

cursing · End times · entertainment · foul language · hypocrisy · life · religion · Satan

Illumined by darkness: why entertainers claim Christianity

Rapper Kanye West recently appeared on the talk show of Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner and talked at one point on the show about the WWJD bracelet he was wearing, stating "Rob [Kardashian] gave me this, and it's just 'What Would Jesus Do?' and I love it. It's just such a cool bracelet and I'm a Christian… Continue reading Illumined by darkness: why entertainers claim Christianity

Bible · Christianity · church · faith · God · Old Testament · religion

Benefits of the Old Testament & why we shouldn’t dismiss it

I thank God every day that Jesus fulfilled the Old Testament (OT) on our behalf and that we are not obligated to carry out the religious routines and some of the civic laws. But there are two opposing camps in churches who take things too far when it comes to the OT. One camp tries to… Continue reading Benefits of the Old Testament & why we shouldn’t dismiss it