Officially, this change is part of a shift toward more personal and family study which is home-based. Unofficially, it is a shift away from a meeting structure which has grown stale.
On all Saints Day 1517 a young German Augustinian monk nailed a set of 95 theses on the wall the Wittenberg Cathedral door which outlined the theological errors and abuses of the […]
The Senate voted 50-48 last Saturday to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. This followed a contentious political fight over allegations by three women that Kavanaugh had committed acts of sexual […]
There’s been a recent debate on twitter over the question of whether one must believe in the physical resurrection in order to be a Christian. The responses have ranged from the extreme […]
I had a chance to visit a mega church in my home town of Miles City MT. Technically they may not have the numbers since this is a rural community. But […]
A lot hinges on the word civility and its meaning. What civility is not Some think it means the avoidance of conflict and the accompanying act of not raising uncomfortable topics. As […]
I’ve written on the Trinity before but I wanted another go at it. Because sometimes there is a disconnect between religious doctrine and the issues we face in our world today. And […]
Matt Lewis from CNN writes: Christianity is, by definition, an exclusive religion. Anyone can become a Christian, but doing so means accepting an exclusive doctrine. According to Christ, “I am the way and the truth and […]
Ascension Day is the time where Jesus offers his final words to his disciple, after which he ascends into heaven. Pentecost is when the Holy Spirit comes upon the church such that […]
The bill in question, AB 2943, is intended to outlaw the sale of “sexual orientation change” therapy. However, Christian attorneys argue that the bill’s language is so broad that it could be used to restrict the sale of not only therapy, but also Christian books and lectures—including potentially the Bible.
Every time there is a mass shooting, and apparently this is the new normal, the question of prayer is raised. It has become evident that too many Republican politicians refuse to enact […]
Book Review: The Mormon Hierarchy: Wealth and Corporate Power Author: D Michael Quinn Published by: Signature Books, 2017 ISBN: 978-1-56085-235-3 Price: 49.95 I don’t remember much about May, 1983 (give me a break, […]