Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Samuel the Prophet

On August 20, we commemorate Samuel the Prophet:

Christianity without Repercusions: Salvation Pt. 1

In my first post of this series I realized that I did not go in to much depth of each category that I touched on. This was on purpose, as I did not want an overly long blog post (despite my post on the [rapture]); instead I wanted to be able to go back and expand on those areas I touched upon in their own separate posts as they can be quite extensive subjects. This week I present a comprare and contrast on Salvation.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Syria's Forgotten Christians

By Edward Dark
ALEPPO, Syria — Walking through the largely Christian neighborhoods of Aleppo city — Azizieh, Siryan, Sulaimaniyah and Midan — you can still see the posters of the two bishops kidnapped by Islamist militants last year hanging on shop windows, walls and even cars. The people here haven’t forgotten them; the event is still as painful and fresh as if it had happened just yesterday. The bishops’ kidnapping was a symbolic event, indicative of the larger collapse of interfaith communal relations in a country under the strain of a sectarian civil war, and marked the end of a long era of relative peace and safety for the Christians of Syria.

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Andrew the General & Martyr

On August 19, we commemorate Andrew the General & Martyr & his 2,593 soldiers:

Monday, August 18, 2014

Why I Don't Believe in the Rapture

I don't believe in the Rapture, and quite frankly I'm a little tired of seeing and hearing about how we all need to make sure our lives are in order if we want to avoid the Tribulation.

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Myron the Martyr of Cyzicus

On August 17, we commemorate Myron the Martyr of Cyzicus:

How to live according to the faith

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