Tag: Christianity

Responding in Kind

Responses to the article in the Marietta Times to the National Day of Prayer in Marietta provide a window into a serious social problem. What problem? The problem that manifests as the various crises we face—financial crisis, budget crisis, drug…

A Mighty Fortress

One of the ways we can educate ourselves about the worldview of the Founding Fathers is to explore their hymns. The hymns of that era were full of passion and theology, and provide an experiential understanding of their state of…

Errors — Left and Right

“Another pervasive idol masquerading as true faith is religion or spirituality. This idol, found in two popular forms within the Church today, has just enough in common with biblical Christianity to convince many that it is the real thing. It…

Affirmation of Biblical Principles

Presented to Mayor Michael Mullen, Marietta, Ohio, on the steps of the Washington County Courthouse on May 5, 2011, during a National Day of Prayer celebration, signed by several pastors from the area. Affirmation of Biblical Principles Whereas all authority…

Election Sermons – Rev. J Duché

The Duty of Standing Fast in Our Spiritual and Temporal Liberties A Sermon, Preached in Christ-Church, July 7th, 1775. Before the First Battalion of the City and Liberties of Philadelphia; And now published at their Request By the Reverend Jacob…

Stricken, Smitten

One of the ways we can educate ourselves about the worldview of the Founding Fathers is to explore their hymns. The hymns of that era were full of passion and theology, and provide an experiential understanding of their state of…

Hallelujah, Praise Jehovah

One of the ways we can educate ourselves about the worldview of the Founding Fathers is to explore their hymns. The hymns of that era were full of passion and theology, and provide an experiential understanding of their state of…