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Veneration And Adoration Are Worship

Grace and peace, Saints. Yesterday, a Roman Catholic posted an interesting response to our article entitled “An Unexpected Meeting With Ganesh.” I believe his comment echoes the sentiments of many Catholics, including many you may know–so I decided to share … Continue reading

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Are There Crypto-Catholics In Your Family?

Grace and peace to those who love Jesus sincerely, and greetings to the enemies of the cross of Christ. When I was a boy, living in a two-family flat on the west side of St. Louis, Missouri, my family used … Continue reading

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The Protestant, Volume 1

We have added a new resource to our bibliography, a book entitled The Protestant. Written in 1837 by William McGavin, a Scottish Christian merchant, the Protestant is a compilation of a series of essays written by McGavin and published weekly … Continue reading

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Corpus Christi Day/Fronleichnam: Worshipping The Creature More Than The Creator

Thursday May 26, 2016, here in Bavaria and in other German states, a holiday called fronleichnam will be celebrated. Fronleichnam is the German equivalent of what is called Corpus Christi Day in America.  Corpus Christi Day is a Roman Catholic … Continue reading

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But, At What Cost?

“Thou shalt not take a gift: for a gift doth blind the eyes of the wise, and pervert the words of the righteous” (Deuteronomy 16:19). Grace and peace, Saints. Last month, I went to visit a friend whom I had … Continue reading

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