Friday, October 31st, 2014

Presbyterian News and Analysis


Reformation then and now, here and there

By Dan Doriani, The Gospel Coalition The message read simply enough: “We invite you to address us, October 23 to 25, on the theme ‘Reformation Then and Now.’”…

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Other Religious News


Houston mayor to pastors: On second thought, let’s forget about those subpoenas

By Joe Carter, Acton Institute PowerBlog Earlier this month the city of Houston sent out a subpoena to five area pastors demanding to see: All speeches, presentations, or sermons…

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Media Reviews


The miracle that makes the Red Sea look like a child’s joke

By Corrie Mitchell, OnFaith Despite living in an increasingly skeptical, secular society, most Americans believe miracles continue to occur today just as they were recorded to in ancient…

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Prayer Blog


Christians urged to gather on International Day of Prayer as persecution reaches unprecedented levels

By Stoyan Zaimov, Christian Post Christians are being urged to come together on the International Day of Prayer for the persecuted church on Sunday, with persecution watchdog group…

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2014 General Assembly (PCUSA)


San Diego Presbytery votes against redefining marriage

The result was an overwhelming “No,” in what may be the first presbytery vote on an amendment to redefine the definition of marriage in the Presbyterian Church (USA)’s Book of…

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