Tag Archives: tradition

Roman Catholics, Evolution, Homosexuality, and the Religion of ME

The only thing new is the way the religion of ME is manifesting itself. Roman Catholicism was always going to adopt and adapt. Continue reading

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“Church on Purpose” — The Centrality of Scripture

This is the reason behind some of the things we do, the way we “do church.” Continue reading

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How Do You Become a Saint?

They aren’t even sure you are in Heaven yet(!!!), but people can pray to you. Continue reading

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So, What’s YOUR Dogma?

For the Bible-believing Christian, God’s Word is, well, God’s Word, and He will not share His glory with another. There is no authority except that which is drawn from the Bible. I’m dogmatic about it. Continue reading

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