Throughout church history there have been many people whose names are commonly known but whose views on matters of faith weren’t. John Knox for example, a reformer who was instrumental in the formation of the Presbyterian Church, advocated violent revolution against
Much is being made of the numerous events that are set to occur in September and October of this year, and their prophetic significance. Since my first blog was largely about debunking internet nonsense and my background includes two years
I never thought I’d be writing about Donald Trump, but the other day I came across something in his background that I believe plays a significant role in making him who and what he is today. Religion. Yeah, I know.
Recently I came across this detractor sharing his thoughts on the gift of tongues. After listening to his views I felt that this would be a good opportunity to provide people with a response to similar comments. 1. The Modern
I grew up Southern Baptist. It was all I knew. But when I was a junior in high school in 1974 I met some Assembly of God kids and began visiting their church. It was quite a contrast from First Baptist Church.