Resources for Pentecost

Jun 3, 2017 by

Three brief and clear devotional explanations of the meaning of Pentecost, the person and work of the Holy Spirit and the birth of the Church, from a Catholic, Reformed and Charismatic perspective. Pentecost in two minutes – video from Catholic site Busted Halo. A Pentecost to celebrate, by Ryan...

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Cardinal Caffarra: “We are no longer witnesses, but deserters, if we do not speak openly and publicly”

Jun 2, 2017 by

From Voice of the Family. This address was given by His Eminence Carlo Cardinal Caffarra on 19 May 2017 at the fourth annual Rome Life Forum, which is organised by Voice of the Family. “When I am lifted up from the earth, I will draw all people to myself” [John 12, 32]. “The whole world is under...

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We actually don’t need a ‘Trinitarian revival’

May 30, 2017 by

By Fred Sanders, Christianity Today. Primary Trinitarianism is the life of God in the soul of the redeemed; it includes the actual history of salvation, the biblical witness, and the spiritual reality of meeting the Son and the Holy Spirit. Secondary Trinitarianism is the ability of the redeemed...

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The future of Christianity may be different than you think

May 10, 2017 by

by Trevin Wax, The Gospel Coalition. What if you could travel back in time a hundred years? The early 1900s were a time when technology was progressing by leaps and bounds. The age of science and reason had stirred up a sense of optimism across North America. New methods of studying the Scriptures...

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“Why are you so negative?”

May 9, 2017 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch The Old Testament prophets were well known as bearers of bad news. Their hard words, especially about judgment to come and the need for repentance, did not exactly make them the life of the party. They certainly were not on very many ‘Most fun people to be around...

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After Easter: The Political Theology of the Crucifixion and Resurrection of the Messiah

Apr 17, 2017 by

by Paul R DeHart, Public Discourse: When we think of Jesus as providing a model for behavior for the religious, private, or civic realm but not for politics and government, we adopt a fragmentation utterly foreign to the New Testament. Not infrequently one hears Christians described as living...

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