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Monthly Archive for March, 2010

Today I received a letter from a friend who highlighted a conundrum that has been at the center of much of what I call the “organized Church.” “…As a part of my truth quest I began doing a lot of reading on the different “holiness” strains of Christendom to get a better handle on why […]

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Being a Christian in today’s world is not a popular thing to be, at least if you are a Christian who loves Israel. There are those other “Christians” who test God with their hate speech, and align themselves with those worldlings who hate Israel. They can call themselves Christian if they want, it is still […]

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Tony Jones doesn’t like labels. He says he would rather think of his Christianity as “emergence” and not “Emergent.” There is only one Christianity and it ain’t emergence or Emergent, neither is it Pentecostal, Baptist, Lutheran, or any other sect. Following Christ is to be a Christian, and for the most part they all have […]

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Tony Jones, in his March 6th addition to his blog, Society for Pentecostal Studies Paper: Definitions, says he is not a liberal, which is interesting, considering the fact that he is not only liberal, but he is very liberal. Tony is so liberal that he thinks he may be conservative, or that he is neither […]

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