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New Report on Hovind/Hansen Trial – Hovind encourages supporters over outcome

By Greg J. Dixon Kent Hovind, possibly facing decades in prison, after already spending nearly nine years in federal facilities all over the nation, was upbeat about the possibilities of the outcome of his trial that is proceeding in federal court in Pensacola, Florida at the present time in a phone call from Santa Rosa, County Jail in Milton, Florida…

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308 – Nov. 04 – This Day in Baptist History Past

Christ the greatest Treasure of all 1870 – Henry Novotny entered seminary, and in his continuing studies of scripture, he arrived at Baptist convictions. He was immersed on Feb. 12, 1885, by Pastor Charles Ondra in the largest Baptist church in Europe in Lodz, Russian Poland. However, Baptist work in Yugoslavia has never featured much success in the way of…

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Obama: Sex Ed for Kindergartners ‘Is the Right Thing to Do

August 30, 2013 – 10:12 AM By Terence P. Jeffrey Subscribe to Terence P. Jeffrey RSS  13K 1184    Then-Sen. Barack Obama speaking at a Planned Parenthood conference in Washington, D.C., on July 17, 2007. (CNSNews.com) – The Chicago Public Schools this year are mandating that the district’s kindergarten classes include sex education, fulfilling a proposal President Barack Obama supported in…

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Christians Cave to a Confused, Corrupt Culture! Don Boys, Ph.D.

Christians Cave to a Confused, Corrupt Culture! The early Christian churches captured and transformed the Roman Empire with the Gospel! Famous historian Will Durant wrote, “Caesar and Christ had met in the arena and Christ had won.” That would not be an accurate statement of contemporary Christianity in view of the major mischief of the U.S. Supreme Court recently, the…

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Moody and Biola Graduate is an Admitted Lesbian!

Don Boys, Ph.D.   http://donboys.cstnews.com/moody-and-biola-graduate-is-an-admitted-lesbian Dr. Jennifer  Lingenfelter is the daughter of respected former professor (and provost) of Fuller Seminary, Dr. Sherwood Lingenfelter. While she is an admitted lesbian, she is NOT a professor at Fuller as per the Internet, and that fact was confirmed to me today by one of Fuller’s professors. However, Fuller Seminary does permit an LGBT club…

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Summer Unregistered Baptist Fellowship August 20, 2013

Trinity Springs Baptist Church Trinity Springs, Indiana Host Pastor, Martin Jones   The August 20th UBF meeting will be held at the Trinity Springs Baptist Church in Trinity Springs Ind. The meeting will begin at 9:00 A.M. with great preaching by preachers called from the floor and end with an evening service beginning at 6:00 P.M.with Dr. Greg Dixon preaching. Special…

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Summer Unregistered Baptist Fellowship – August 20, 2013

Trinity Springs Baptist Church Trinity Springs, Indiana Host Pastor, Martin Jones   The August 20th UBF meeting will be held at the Trinity Springs Baptist Church in Trinity Springs Ind. The meeting will begin at 9:00 A.M. with great preaching by preachers called from the floor and end with an evening service beginning at 6:00 P.M.with Dr. Greg Dixon preaching. Special…

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31 – Jan. 31 – THIS DAY IN BAPTIST HISTORY PAST

[t]he Baptist doctrine of local church autonomy prevailed]  On Jan. 31, 1938, in a specially-called meeting, the congregation voted 92-18 to concur with the pastor and deacons and withdraw from the Convention and its affiliated organizations. On May 16, 1926, Rev. Ford Porter had become pastor of the First Baptist Church of Princeton, IN. This church held membership in the…

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23 – Jan. 23 – THIS DAY IN BAPTIST HISTORY PAST

His last words were, “SWEET HOME,”  Charles Dutton Mallary was born in West Paultney, Rutland County, Vermont, on Jan. 23, 1801.  He had deeply pious parents, especially his mother.   He experienced the saving grace of Christ when he was sixteen during a revival.  He was immersed into the fellowship of the Baptist church in West Paultney, Clark Kendrick pastor, in…

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16 – Jan. 16 – THIS DAY IN BAPTIST HISTORY PAST

On Jan. 16, 1802, Stephen Nixon became pastor of the Congaree Baptist Church in Richland County, S.C.  Congaree church was quite famous in that it had been established by Daniel Marshall and Philip Mulkey, the great Separate Baptist preachers in 1765.  He served the church well until his death on Feb. 4, 1816 at age 62.  Stephen was born in…

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