Historical Jesus

24 Jul 19
Linda Vogt Turner, Author:

July 22 was the Feast Day of Mary Magdalene. At church on Sunday, the sermon focused the congregation’s attention on the Magdalene pointing out that the name Mary was a very common name back in the day and that modern edited versions of Scripture reveal there were at least 7 different women named Mary.  I […]

23 Jul 19
A Sign of Hope

St. Paul enjoins us: “Finally, brethren, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is gracious, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things.” (Philippians 4:8) An idea of excellence has been on my heart since Charlie came down […]

23 Jul 19
The Gnostic Tau

Gnosticism has a wide field of beliefs and views, those that think that it is one main faith or philosophy will discover that there are many teachers and ways, if they take a closer look to it. Zarathustra teached a faith that said there were two gods, a good one, and an evil one, and […]

23 Jul 19
Cult of Kim

Everyone wants to thank Jesus for this or that. Certainly. Please, always show gratitude. But you know, he is just a cleaner. He makes your bed and takes out your garbage. Head of HOUSE KEEPING. Not head of house, nor household. What about the cooks, the administration, the wait staff, the shift managers, the general […]

23 Jul 19
Patriots of the Lord

In South Carolina, a city literally scrubbed the word “Lord” multiple times from a memorial that was put up to honor fallen police officers. Tega Cay Police Department put up the shrine that was donated by a civic group; it resembled many other memorials around the country. Including Washington, D.C., but the city’s attorney cautioned […]

23 Jul 19
Preach the Word!

Acts 24:24 – 25:12, “Seeking Justice, Seeking God” “Justice delayed is justice denied,” or so goes the phrase. A quick search on Google yields 14 million results, and the topics to which the phrase is applied runs all over the map. Yet, there’s truth in the cliché. When the wheels of justice grind to a […]

23 Jul 19
StarMoon

Since debuting in April 2011, HBO’s Game Of Thrones has slowly become the defining television phenomenon of this decade, dominating the pop culture conversation in a way no other show has since the glory days of The Sopranos. Amazon Conan The Barbarian This Amazon version is supposed to be a totally new story written by Colony’s Ryan Condal that […]

23 Jul 19
Dani Thifa

In Nature’s scheme of things, male and female are complementary to each other. This fact is observable in animal world where there is no conflict between male and female and they serve nature’s purpose of propagation and preservation of species.

23 Jul 19
Bridging the Crosses

“I can destroy your church.” Words spoken to Jesus by Satan over 100 years ago ring resoundingly in the ears of the faithful as should the Lord’s words to St. Peter when the church was first established, “and the gates of Hell shall not prevail against her.” As Fr. William Casey emphasized in his talks […]

23 Jul 19
From The Darkness Into The Light

Noah Webster’s 1828 Dictionary Definition of Truth: Conformity to fact or reality; exact accordance with that which is, or has been, or shall be. The truth of history constitutes its whole value. We rely on the truth of the scriptural prophecies. ALL PEOPLE BLESSED THROUGH ABRAHAM’S SEED (MESSIAH) The Lord stated that all the nations […]

23 Jul 19
AEON

The Bible, as preserved, is dual in nature.

23 Jul 19
EMMANUEL REFORMED CHURCH

This is the fourth sermon in the series “Revelation: A Vision of Christ,” preached on July 21, 2019. Q. What are some of the pressures you feel to downplay your Christian faith or witness? Where or when are those pressures strongest? Q. How does knowing the historical context for the Scripture passage help you in […]

23 Jul 19
John Menadue - Pearls and Irritations

On Monday, July 8, the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the creation of an advisory commission: the “Commission on Unalienable Rights.” He hopes it “will provide the intellectual grist of what I hope will be one of the most profound re-examinations of inalienable rights in the world since the 1948 Universal Declaration.”

23 Jul 19
katie jill herchenroeder

When analyzing history, one should notice cruxes, or turning points, within the development of different social contexts and discriminatory spheres of human interactions. It is at these junctions where revolutionaries thrive beyond seemingly accepted societal norms to imagine a more just alternative to whichever ailment is currently impacting the progression of an ideal state of nature. [continue reading]