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Corey Grimley ☩ 3h
“And in anger his lord delivered him to the jailers, till he should pay all his debt. So also my heavenly Father will do to every one of you, if you do not forgive your brother from your heart." Mt 18:34-35. What about Salvation by faith alone??
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Rick Young May 20
Replying to @BlazeTV
VATICAN FRANCIS NWO ilk Radical END Agendas for such a time as this.
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caroline matas 8 Dec 17
Ok, normally I'm not *this type* of religion nerd, but today I got to see the first printed copy of Luther's 95 theses. Printed in 1517, it is exactly 500 years old.
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Persis 22 Jan 18
Thank you for the giveaway. Donating this to my church library. :)
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Ciaran Jones 20 Nov 17
There's a PC video-game where you get to play as a clergyman, build a church, and get experience points for preaching to the town folk - all the while scheming and plotting to defeat rival families.
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Molly Scott Cato MEP 10 Nov 17
500 years ago injustice was sale of indulgences; today it is austerity and sale of public assets. sub rooms must stay in public hands
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Laszlo Reszegi 14 Jan 18
Nagytemplom (Great Reformed Church), Debrecen, HU (and counting...)
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Cliff Vaughn Jul 3
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Paul Middleton 21 Nov 17
Important figures in Theology at !
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Kat Hill 14 Nov 17
Delighted to say the articles for the supplement are now online. All the hard work paid off!
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Catholic Sat 30 Nov 17
The ruins of St. Andrew's Cathedral in Fife, Scotland, once housed the relics of the Holy Apostle St. Andrew. A tragic legacy of
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LWF 6 Apr 18
Archbishop Dr Jackelén, VP for Nordic Countries, reflects on how marked . Full video:
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St Paul's Cathedral 15 Nov 17
What is the future of work? Our final season event looks at Max Weber's 'Protestant Work Ethic', one of the most important sociological books, and considers the future role of work in our lives Monday 20 November 6.30pm FREE tickets: ➡️
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Chuck O'Neal 12 Nov 17
PTL, I'm blessed to finish 's celebration this AM by preaching Solus Christus, Sola Deo Gloria, & Semper Reformanda! Here was the first installment of the series: Sola Scriptura
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Susan Reed 23 Nov 17
Find put how the British Museum Library commemorated Luther in 1883, and how it compares with our BL efforts today (there are also some crossovers with exhibtion).
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Hay Festival 7 Dec 17
500 years after Martin Luther nailed his Theses, we asked thinkers to offer their own reformations of institutions and orthodoxies in our 30th year. We’ll be sharing one a day from now to the end of 2017... Subscribe:
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Steve Hyndside 10 Nov 17
"500 years ago Martin Luther rallied against injustice, today we are rallying against the injustice of privatisation of our public assets" says
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Jane Gallagher 22 Feb 18
One of the treasures being discussed today is an original Martin Luther letter, currently on display in the exhibition
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Dr Marc Jerry Jun 25
Today is the 488th Anniversary of the Presentation of the Augsburg Confession (1530 AD). This is the copy that was displayed in Melancthon House in Wittenberg. (Today we also commemorate Philipp Melancthon, 1560).
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Blindflug Studios Sep 8
A rainy day in our dystopian version of Zurich where a totalitarian corporation has to be defeated. Free on - -
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