Thursday, July 31st, 2014

Presbyterian News and Analysis


Preserving history and seeking a congregation in Red Banks, Miss.

Wanted: A congregation to fill the pews of a small, historic church in northern Mississippi. That’s the aim of Nancy Mikell, who is in the midst of finding…

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Carmen's Writings


Does the ‘Reformed’ matter in your faith?

Presbyterians are people who practice a particular form of polity (church governance) and who profess a particular faith known as “Reformed.” But how many people who hold membership…

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Other Religious News


Faith leaders say it’s time to reevaluate marriage

By Chelsen Vicari, Juicy Ecumenism blog Following Sen. Rubio’s keynote address to the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) and Catholic University of America’s joint…

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Media Reviews


‘For the Life of the World’: The Economy of Order

Editor’s Note: To get the free 72-hour rental, visit The Gospel Coalition, download the current episode and enter the code provided. The July 28 episode is “The Economy of Order,”…

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Prayer Blog


Two missionaries from Samaritan’s Purse test positive for Ebola

Two Americans working to battle Ebola in Liberia, including a Samaritan’s Purse doctor, have tested positive for the terrible virus and are fighting for their lives. Dr. Kent…

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