Tag Archives: ecumenicalism

Today (more than ever) Theology Matters

February 17, 2015

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Theology matters.  I know, I know, just the word “theology” sounds boring, right?  It makes us think of bearded old men in libraries who obviously don’t have enough energy and zest to go live their faith so they sit around a table in outdated suits and vests just talking about it.  But let me shock […]

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Does This Offend You? Lifeway, CCM, Unity and More…

February 6, 2015

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Prepared to be offended.  Now, when you watch this video you probably won’t find it offensive at all. Thoughtful, touching, and even a little weird at parts?  Yes.  But offensive?  No.  The woman talking is Roman Catholic actress Roma Downey… While this little video certainly gets you thinking about what Mary must have felt on […]

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Yes – There is Difference!

December 26, 2014

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This past Monday (December 22,2014) Pope Francis said these words in an opening prayer at the Feast of Immaculate Conception celebration: – “Oh Mary, our mother, today the people of God in celebration venerates you, the immaculate, preserved from the contagion of sin from the beginning, accept the gift I offer on behalf of the […]

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Analysis of Rick Warren’s Latest Message

November 30, 2014

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Below is a short video addressing Rick Warren’s latest message, that being the commonality found between protestant Christians and those adhering to Roman Catholic beliefs.  This movement, the drawing together of all who call themselves Christian, is just taking off.  While the message that “we’re all the same” may sound logical, reasonable and even peaceful […]

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Are Roman Catholics Saved?

October 24, 2014

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Thorough coverage of the subject in a talk by John MacArthur.  Check it out…

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Beth Moore – Ready for Launch!

October 20, 2014

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Beth Moore has a new course plotted and is preparing to head out!  Sadly, it’s a predictable and tragic destination that she’s chosen.  Regular readers will know that it has long been my view that Beth Moore has two dangerous positions in her theology.  First, she feels comfortable with having conversations with God, whether it […]

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