A fellow believer said in effect that Christianity does not really allow for political activism. Others have said we should agree to disagree when it comes to beliefs about the nature of the church. We can disagree whether there should be pews, or instruments, or five hour services, or only professional singers. But the church … Continue reading What Is the Church?
"Master Which is the greatest commandment in the Law?" Jesus said to him, "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like it, You shall love your neighbor as yourself. On … Continue reading The Greatest Commandment
If you have a piece you think would fit our "tough, but you need it" guidelines, submit it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Guidelines are as follows: 1. We will consider biblically accurate material which does not contain expressly Christian content. We may also accept material that is accurate historically and scientifically, but that is not … Continue reading We Pay for Blogs
We are Michael and Mary Findley, Christian educators for over 30 years in many parts of the country. We have homeschooled, taught in Christian schools, directed Children's Church ministries and taught Sunday School for adults and children. We have created videos for cable television, infomercials and public awareness videos, as well as teaching videos and … Continue reading Who We Are and What We Believe
I believe in denominations. You actually believe in denominations too. You don't? Then give me your $20 bill for my $1 bill. Not that kind of denomination? I believe that the word denomination is used the same way with money and with faith. Both a $1 bill and a $100 bill are money. One is … Continue reading Why I Am A Baptist