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Churches and Pastors Responsible For Destruction of America

By Chuck Baldwin July 30, 2015 NewsWithViews.com There is NO DOUBT in my mind that the biggest failure in America is the establishment church. It’s a bigger failure than even the federal government. Now that’s saying something. No people in Church history had been given the rich heritage of the churches of America. The Church of America was birthed by…

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BREAKING: Gay Group Demands Christian Churches be Shut Down

April 2, 2015 by Warner Todd Huston This is the only logical end for militant gay activism. Now a gay/LGBT group in Wyoming is demanding that the government shut down any church that has the temerity to believe that homosexuality is wrong.  Jeran Artery, the chairman of the gay group Wyoming Equality posted the stunning statement to his Facebook page… but like all…

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08 – Jan. 08 – THIS DAY IN BAPTIST HISTORY PAST

It was printed posthumously J.M. Carroll was born into extreme poverty on Jan. 08, 1852, in Monticello, AK to his Baptist preacher father, Benajah and wife Mary Carroll.  When J.M. was only six, the family moved on to Burleson County, TX.  Because of the Civil War and the freeing of their slaves which was all the estate they had, the…

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111 — April 21 – This Day in Baptist History Past

The Separation was amiable  1867 – Brother Billy Hariss, colored, was ordained into the gospel ministry according to the minutes of The Baptist Church of Christ at Kiokee, Georgia.  This is but a small example of the relationship between the races during the early development of our nation, both before and after the Civil War.  Dr. John Clarke organized the…

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302 – Oct. 29 – This Day in Baptist History Past

“Greatness is measured by usefulness” 1865 – Was the day that William Harris went to be with the Lord.  For a year   his health had been failing but he continued to conduct his family worship until paralysis deprived him of his ability to speak. He even then insisted that his family should gather to pray and read the scriptures. On…

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301 – Oct. 28 – This Day in Baptist History Past

The “apostle of Baptist church independence” 1856 – Francis Wayland finished the preface to his important book, Notes on the Principles and Practices of Baptist Churches. He wrote, “Baptists have always believed in the entire and absolute independence of the churches. By this we mean that every church is self governing and recognizes no authority higher than Christ. As he…

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Should the American Flag be Displayed in Churches? Don Boys, Ph.D.

I can’t win with this issue, but I don’t have to. All Americans, especially Christians, should be thankful, thoughtful, and tireless patriots. We should love our country, pray for it, obey its constitutional laws (as long as they are not contrary to God’s Word), and pay our taxes. We should be excited and thrilled as our flag passes in review….

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276 – Oct. 03 – This Day in Baptist History Past

A Mightily used man of God 1791 – Dr. Adiel Sherwood, pastor and educator, was born in Washington County, New York, and after graduating from College was trained in theology at Andover Seminary. Andover was founded by the Conservative Congregationalists after liberalism had penetrated Harvard. There he studied under Dr. Moses Stuart, who had been used of God to eradicate…

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273 – Sept. 30 – This Day in Baptist History Past

Through him we have the First Amendment 1776 – Elder John Leland married Miss Sallie Devine, and God blessed them with eight children. As the Apostles, along with Patrick Henry, Carrington, and Washington, he would have been considered an “unlearned and ignorant” man, in that he had received no formal education. But his proficiency in the gospel, law and politics…

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259 – Sept. 16 – This Day in Baptist History Past

Boise-1890 The Baptists Reach Idaho 1805 – Lewis and Clark, on their expedition to explore the Louisiana Purchase noted in their journal that their food supply had run out. They and their company were lost in the Indian country of Idaho for a week from Sept. 13-20. This effort opened the territory for new development and Idaho became America’s 43rd…

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