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Football on the Altar

(Publisher’s note: Trust that our readers appreciate and take to heart this excellent article by Pastor Bordy.  Of course we don’t consider football a “gift”, even though the Psalmist said, “Surely the wrath of man shall praise thee…”, which no doubt includes football.  And even though we are not of the Reformed faith, there are plenty of dispensationalist preachers and…

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Pastor’s lose influence in U.S.

Christian Headlines.com Jan. 26, 2017 Pastors’ Views on Social Issues? Americans Not Interested What do pastors think about social or political issues? Americans don’t particularly want to know. Only 8 percent of adults say they are interested in hearing pastors’ views on issues such as same-sex marriage, LGBT rights, abortion, guns, tax policy, climate change, drug policy or religious freedom,…

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Wow, Wholesome Innocence on PBS! Don Boys, Ph.D.

Dick VanDyke Wow, Wholesome Innocence on PBS!  Don Boys, Ph.D.   http://donboys.cstnews.com/wow-wholesome-innocence-on-pbs   During the holidays, Ellen had to use the desktop computer so she chased me out of the library and I went to work in the bedroom. The television set was on PBS (warning: to watch regularly will result in brain rot) and one of their never-ending fundraising…

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Don’t believe in Jesus’ virgin birth? Not a problem, says Andy Stanley

Andy Stanley Political Insider AJC blog about Atlanta politics, Georgia politics, Georgia and metro Atlanta election campaigns. Because all politics is local. December 27, 2016 | Filed in: Southern Baptists December has apparently proven to be an interesting month for the Rev. Andy Stanley, son of a former president of the Southern Baptist Convention and lead pastor of North Point Community Church…

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American Churches Have Lost their Sense of Shame! Don Boys, Ph.D.

Rick Warren http://donboys.cstnews.com/american-churches-have-lost-their-sense-of-shame   The great Sixteenth Century Italian artist Raphael (known as the “Prince of Painters”) was painting Vatican frescoes when some Roman Catholic clerics stopped to watch his work in progress. One said, “The face of the Apostle Paul is too red.” The artist replied, “He blushes to see into whose hands the church has fallen.” He was…

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