Trump, Court Evangelicals & the State Church

A repugnant video is circulating, mainly on Facebook, but probably other platforms as well. It is a commentary on DJT's address to evangelicals at a recent dinner, made by evangelicals to honor Trump. The link to said video is here: https://www.facebook.com/LanceWallnau/videos/263231117636013/ Here's my response: “Christians,” who think Trump is someone able to give prophetic warnings …

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Nicaea: not Rome’s Authority

In his 2016 article, Evangelical Exodus: The Protestant seminary that produced dozens of Catholic converts, Paul Senz describes a happening that perhaps precipitated or maybe merely coincides with the more recent #Exvangelical and #EmptyThePews phenomena. From Personal Experience Having personally attended classes at Southern Evangelical Seminary in 2013, I feel as though I dodged a …

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When was Jesus Born? | Lamb & Lion Ministries

Original Article By Dr. David R. Reagan According to Luke 1:24-26, Mary conceived Jesus in the sixth month of Elizabeth’s pregnancy with John the Baptist. This means that Jesus was born 15 months after the angel Gabriel appeared to Elizabeth’s husband, Zacharias, and informed him that his wife would bear a child. According to Luke 1:5, Zacharias was …

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Time to Revive… The Ecumenical Spirit

The Roman Catholic Church works diligently to acquire all sects, including Evangelicals, in the name of unity. Perhaps that comes as no surprise to those who are aware of 1994's Evangelicals and Catholics Together. Yet, the more recent agenda of the Vatican comes as a result of Benedict's declaration in 2010 that it is "time to …

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Constantine the Puppet

There has been a lot of talk and defences recently about the validity of Constantine's Christianity. https://twitter.com/ratiochristi/status/521776240492314625 This line of conversation is important, because Church leaders look to Constantine as the figure who fathered the Roman Catholic Church in its form of unity between State and Church. Some theologians and church historians who focus on the "First …

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Questions for the Pope

Dear Pope Francis, Why is your Doctrine of Communion not supported by the New Testament, the Holy Scriptures? Why do you currently sell indulgences for sin, like it's the Middle Ages? Haven't we been through all of that? Martin Luther had a big problem with it... and so does the New Testament--Jesus and the Apostles, …

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The Consolidation of the Covenant Community

When I visited Rome this summer, and as I ambled up and down its most touristy streets, I spotted a prominent Anglican church on Via del Babuino and told my wife, "That's ironic for Rome. Let's go in just for giggles." As we looked around the walls of that sanctuary, I spied a 2 part …

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