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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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Marines Scoff at Obama’s Proposed ‘Girly’ Hats

Thursday, 24 Oct 2013 10:55 PM By Lisa Barron A plan by President Barack Obama to create a unisex-style cap for the Marine Corps’ uniform has Leathernecks up in arms over a look that many have derided as “girly.” “We don’t even have enough funding to buy bullets and the DOD is pushing to spend $8 million on covers that…

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279 – Oct. 06 – This Day in Baptist History Past

Thirty shots but none hit him  1846 – Eugenio Kincaid, along with others, laid the foundation for the University of Lewisburg (now Bucknell University) in Pennsylvania. He had gone to the area because his heart was burdened for missions, having been turned down by the Triennial Convention for service in Burma. Instead he planted a number of churches in the…

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254 – Sept. 11 – This Day in Baptist History Past

“Grace is not Hereditary, Depravity is” 1783 – Rev. Isaac Case began his ministry in Readfield, Maine, and until his death at age 91 on Nov. 3, 1852 his life was spent in the preaching of the gospel. The Revolutionary War being over, the message of Christ expanded along with towns and settlements, so his work was the planting of…

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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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224 – Aug 12 – This Day in Baptist History Past

Baptists fight for Liberty in Virginia 1771 – The Following letter was written from Urbanna Prison, Middlesex County, Virginia. We find there were twelve Baptists in prison at one time.  Dear Brother in the Lord:   At a meeting which was held at Brother McCain’s, in this county, last Saturday, while William Webber was addressing the congregation from James 2:18, there…

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Vicious Attacks on Web Sites Continue by Dr. Greg J. Dixon

As reported in the Trumpet on Line on June 19 and again on the 23rd that our web sites have been under what we can only describe as a vicious attack, that would be like a wild animal attacking its prey, and literally tearing it’s innards out and discarding the carcass.  Twice now our Web Master has painstakingly rebuilt two…

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Inauguration Poster Likens Obama to Jesus

  By Todd Starnes Street vendors and souvenir stores across Washington, D.C. are selling posters depicting President Obama as Jesus Christ — and one national news publication called him the “Second Coming.” The poster, which does not have the official endorsement of the White House,  features an image of the president in prayer with the headline, “Prophecy Fulfilled.” “Barak is…

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