Saturday, November 24, 2012

Word of Faith Teachers: Origins & Errors of Their Teaching!



Are you or someone you know a follower of the likes of Joel Osteen, Kenneth Hagin, Joyce Meyer, Kenneth Copeland, Creflo Dollar, Benny Hinn, or T. D. Jakes etc? This film takes a responsible look at the major doctrines which separate this movement from historic biblical Christianity. Its origins and errors are documented with evidence and fact. - Dr. Jim West

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

The split between Judaism and Christianity!

The split between Judaism and Christianity did not come about simply or quickly. It was a complex process which took some one hundred years, starting from the crucifixion, and which had different causes and effects depending on whether it is looked at from the point of view of Judaism or Christianity. Further, the question of legal status as seen through Roman eyes also had some relationship to the issue.

To read more connect to link: http://lawrenceschiffman.com/research/jewish-christian-schism/

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Burning hearts & empty heads!

Jesus tells us to love God with heart and mind ( Matthew 22:37 ). We can’t love anyone we don’t know - even our great God. Burning hearts are not nourished by empty heads. - R.C. Sproul

A Secularizing America?

A Secularizing America?

A new Pew Research Center study of America's evolving religious demographic asserts that nearly 20 percent of Americans are now religiously unaffiliated, while historically dominant Protestants are now under 50 percent. The headlines have understandably cited the study as proof of America's secularization.

Woody Guthrie at 100 - The Chronicle Review - The Chronicle of Higher Education

Woody Guthrie at 100 - The Chronicle Review - The Chronicle of Higher Education: Woody Guthrie at 100

The folk icon remains elusive and understudied

"Why do we continue to talk about Woody so many years on?" Bruce Springsteen asked recently. "Never had a hit, never went platinum, never played in an arena, never got his picture on the cover of Rolling Stone." Springsteen's answer: Guthrie is a "big, big ghost in the machine."