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  • The True Summit Of Our Vocation As Human Beings Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 7, 2011

    Music must be in harmony with Logos, not an offbeat and disordered hymn to individualism.

    Monday of 3rd Week of Easter Spirit of the Liturgy The Spirit that inflamed deacon Stephen is always at work in the Church. This spirit, the Holy Spirit of God, fills those who respond to the gift of faith, and makes us hungry for the Word of God, the Sacrament of the altar, and service to more

  • Four Responses To Truth

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jun 11, 2001
    based on 14 ratings

    Consider how to address people who respond in these four ways to truth

    Four Responses to the Truth (Acts 17:32-34) Quote: I know you believe you understand what you think I said, but I’m not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant. Source Unknown. 1. Why do some people respond differently to the truth of God’s word? Dr. Luke records more

  • Can You Identify?

    Contributed by Doug Brown on Jan 27, 2001
    based on 54 ratings

    As Christians, often we must choose the more difficult route even when we could have it earthly good!

    “Can You Identify?” Nehemiah 2:1-6 Doug Brown FBC (SBC) Lawrenceville, Ill. 62439 P.O. Box 403 Hedonism, Dionysians, Epicureans, and Stoics. (R.C. Sproul… Lifeviews pp. 129-138) There is no sin in enjoying that which is pleasant and fleeing from that which is painful. But there are more

  • Christianity Solidified By Apologetics In The Early Days Of The Church

    Contributed by Frederick Meekins on Feb 18, 2017

    Christianity Solidified By Apologetics In The Early Days Of The Church

    In the Church today, a debate rages over the relationship of philosophy and theology to one another. Some scholarly believers as epitomized by Norman Geisler argue that, since this world is God's world, both can be used to understand Creation if each of these disciplines are approached from a more