What does it mean to be a Christian: Sheltered and Anointed Ones Post 3

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When asking people to describe Christianity, the Barna Group found several provacative analogies: The Titanic -a ship about to sink, but totally unaware of its fate. A powerful amplifier – undermined by poor wiring and weak speakers. Cats – they look like they’re Continuer la lecture What does it mean to be a Christian: Sheltered and Anointed Ones Post 3

Changing Perceptions: Hypocrisy

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These « Changing Perspectives » vignettes are some Christians’ responses to the negative perspectives that nonChristians have of Christians. This one refers to the charges of hypocrisy. Jud Wilhite, pastor of megachurch Central Christian Church in Las Vegas and author of many books, Continuer la lecture Changing Perceptions: Hypocrisy

Changing Perspectives: Hypocrisy

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These « Changing Perspectives » vignettes are some Christians’ responses to the negative perspectives that nonChristians have of Christians. The introduction to the series as well as the post on hypocrisy and then on sainthood provide background to this post. Leroy Barber, president Continuer la lecture Changing Perspectives: Hypocrisy

What does it mean to be a Christian: Hypocrisy and Sainthood: Post 2

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“Christians are called saints, not because they have any merit of superior sanctity in themselves, but because by a free act of will they have made their choice to separate themselves from the world of sin and to consecrate themselves to Christ as their Saviour.” Continuer la lecture What does it mean to be a Christian: Hypocrisy and Sainthood: Post 2

Une histore, des hommes et des idées

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L’homme du 21ième siècle a été façonné par son passé et son histoire. Je vous invite, amateur d’anthropologie ou simplement curieux du « pourquoi du comment » à écouter cette série d’émissions sur l’histoire de l’homme des trois derniers siècles. Comment l’homme Continuer la lecture Une histore, des hommes et des idées

What does it mean to be a Christian: Hypocrisy and Sainthood: Post 1

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“Sainthood is the highest calling of man, the noblest type of human life. … No wonder, then, that the demand of the world makes on the saint should be enormous! There is an intuitive justice in the intolerance shown towards Continuer la lecture What does it mean to be a Christian: Hypocrisy and Sainthood: Post 1

Introduction to Series « What does it mean to be a Christian? »

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Christ, during the Last Supper, prepares his disciples for his imminent departure. He tells them, “Let me give you a new command: Love one another. In the same way I loved you, you love one another. This is how everyone Continuer la lecture Introduction to Series « What does it mean to be a Christian? »