23 September 2016

- Firwat ass d'Bibel eenzegaarteg?
- Wien ass den Hellege Gott?
- Wat ass de Problem mam Mënsch?
- Wien ass de Jesus Christus?
- Wat Bedeit saïn Liewen, Dout, and Operstéiung?
- Wat ass e perséinleche Glawen?

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04 September 2015

Controversial Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán has bemoaned the massive influx of migrants from Syria and Iraq through Turkey as a menace to Europe's "Christian" society.

27 June 2014

In an effort to promote the development and growth of evangelical churches, many have adopted marketing strategies to advertize and promote churches in their communities. In the USA many of these assemblies have developed into “mega-churches” attended by thousands and offering a virtual religious subculture for their members.

15 June 2015

The postmodern mood of the late 20th century and early 21st rejects any absolute authority or final divine revelation. It has promoted instead a world in which all religious persuasions are accepted as equally valid and equally true. It aggressively rejects proselytism by any religion that seeks to convince others of its unique truth claims.  But does this notion hold water?  Let me note three important responses.

08 June 2015

Where does real spiritual fruit come from?  The charismatic movement, launched in the 1960s, argued that fruit came from a special "second-blessing experience", attested by so-called “speaking in tongues”.  The movement spread to major the Anglican, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Roman Catholic, Greek Orthodox and other churches around the world.

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