Episcopal Church lifts ban on homosexual Bishops

In what many believe will turn out to be a watershed moment in the history of the Anglican Communion, the Episcopal (ie U.S.) Church has opened the door to gay Bishops at its General Convention. This will no doubt be the last straw for many faithful Christians who have been praying for reformation in their Church and will signal their departure to the newly formed Anglican Church of North America (ACNA). Isn’t it time we stated the obvious? The Episcopal Church has become apostate.

 

Heard about the new teen religion? It is huge!

Heard of the new religion in town? It's big, brash, bold and ultimately very lazy. In fact, it is so pervasive you probably rub shoulders with it every day but hardly knew it had an identity - in fact, a name. It does. And it matters. It matters a whole lot. It is called .... MTD. Any teens out there who want to comment on this article (sorry, you will have to read it first!) are encouraged to do so. Read on!

Stand aside Chuck ... it's John's year!

You may be forgiven to think that 2009 is the year of Charles Darwin … forget Chuck! 2009 is the year of John Calvin. As the online HollandSentinal.com writes, “July 10 will mark the 500th birthday of 16th century theologian and reformer John Calvin… Both loathed and revered through the ages, Calvin casts a long shadow on the history of the church.”

“Christian Faith” will not be left out of this historical event so we publish an article about John Calvin in relation to that other great reformer Huldreich Zwingli.

If you don’t know anything about these 2 great men of God then you should. A lot of myth and blatant lies surround both men … servants of God who gave their guts for God (is that theological?).

One wolf who was turned away

A Bishop who is a Buddhist, believes the Koran is the word of God and who does not believe in Jesus' atoning sacrifice? Surely not!

It seems even the Episcopal Church, who gave us such luminaries at Bishop John Shelby Spong, could not allow this man to lead the flock.

Witnessing to JW's - The Deity of Jesus

 

The Bible teaches there is only one God. This can be seen in many passages (Deut 6:4, Isaiah 44:8, Mark 12:32, Gal 3:20). Many of the world’s major faiths even agree on this, but there is a fork in the theological road when it comes to Jesus. If it is true that “for us there is but one God” (1 Cor 6:8) then either Jesus was God (and entitled to be called Yahweh or Jehovah) or he was a deceiver.

When unity is deadly

 There are a number of movements that flow through Christianity that concern me, but none more than the interfaith movement.  To me it is a lot like the hippopotamus.  The hippo is a big, docile looking creature - seemingly harmless and almost cute.  The startling fact is, however, that hippos are responsible for more human fatalities more year than any other animal on the African continent, including lions!