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Dear Bro. Jacob and Bro. David,
Please click here for Polish translation of "How to be Canonized a Saint in the Roman Catholic Church".
Jamie Smith is a Christian writer from a church in Sheffield, England that is a Moriel affiliated fellowship. As a tent maker Jamie works in medical financial management
but his ministry is in Christian writing & publishing. Jamie has authored a four part series entitled "Shibbeloth" which presents an interesting , insightful and comprehensive
perspective and analysis of a number of serious issues presently confronting The Body of Christ.
As a standard disclaimer, while Moriel may or my not agree with each detail of the thesis, we certainly bear witness with its over all thrust and we thank The Lord and
thank Jamie for providing us such a helpful compendium of scripturally rooted examination of these current challenging issues which we would encourage our readers to
read carefully and with prayerful consideration.
Please click here to view or download Shibboleth Part 2 - Rick Warren.
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February 28, 2013
By: Heather Clark
Ottawa, Ontario Â The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that Biblical speech opposing homosexual behavior, including in written form, is essentially a hate crime.
On Wednesday, 'the court upheld the conviction'Â of activist William Whatcott, who found himself in hot water after distributing flyers regarding the Bible's prohibitions against homosexuality throughout the Saskatoon and Regina neighborhoods in 2001 and 2002.
Reformed theologyÃ‚Â is associated with the Institutes of John Calvin and the definition and even redefinition of Calvin's ideas by his later followers led by Theodore Beza at The Remonstrance of Dort in Holland. It is a theology of the 16th century reformers who recognized the evils of Rome and attempted to remove the unbiblical rituals and traditions from Christianity. They adopted the state church system, including infant baptism, thus replacing a Roman Catholic state church with a Protestant one. As with Roman Catholicism, Calvin followed the Latin Vulgate more than the original Greek and Hebrew and like the papacy he subscribed to patristic as well as apostolic authority. He saw the church fathers, especially Augustine, as a source of doctrinal authority in addition to the New Testament. Philosophically, Reformed theology has more in common with Islam than with Judeo-Christian thought because of its European version of the Muslim belief "Inja allah" - everything that happens is the perfect will of the creator. Thus in Calvinism, as opposed to scriptural Christianity, God creates certain people to go to hell to be eternally tortured and thus God, not Satan, becomes the author of death and evil.