Quakers: Their History, Beliefs and Meticulous Records

Originally posted on Ancestry Bird Dog:
Quakers, the Religious Society of Friends Quakers are members of a group with Christian roots that began in England in the 1650s. The formal title of the movement is the Society of Friends or the Religious Society of Friends.? Their founder was George Fox (1624-1691) of Leicestershire, England. Fox…

Christians close to falling below 50pc in England

As in other industrialised countries, Great Britain is feeling the loss in its churches after the first year of CoViD isolations and lockdown.

Fascism

Originally posted on K C Sunbeam:
Different people define Fascism in different ways. Here is the most common definition, which is a core principle that I advocate. Quoting Merriam-Webster: “A political philosophy, movement, or regime that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a…

Autumn, Life and death, grace, regeneration and sanctification

In Christian theology grace is the spontaneous, unmerited gift of the divine favour in the salvation of sinners, and the divine influence operating in individuals for their regeneration and sanctification. In the many denominations of Christendom and Christianity there is a lot been said about grace, some believing it is something that has come toContinue reading “Autumn, Life and death, grace, regeneration and sanctification”

Guyana and religious mandates

The Ministry of Education recently responded to the concerns expressed by Swami Aksharananda regarding the matter of Christian-themed prayers recited at an organised event hosted by the Ministry of Education. In their response, the Ministry assured the Swami that no religion was favoured by the use of a universal prayer, reaffirming the belief that “noContinue reading “Guyana and religious mandates”

Gradual decline by American Christians

When we see documentaries about the North American people we get a picture that they are ‘very religious’. Christianity, which was once shared by a majority of Americans, has seen a gradual decline as fewer people hold to the core tenets of the faith. The latest research by the Cultural Research Center at Arizona ChristianContinue reading “Gradual decline by American Christians”

Explosive growth of Christianity in Iran

Violence in the name of Islam has caused widespread disillusionment with the regime and has led many Iranians to question their beliefs. Multiple reports indicate that even children of political and spiritual leaders are leaving Islam for Christianity. Already more than 20 years Christadelphians provide literature in Farsi and make huge efforts to communicate andContinue reading “Explosive growth of Christianity in Iran”

The Realm of profession in Christianity

A realm can be a space or area or sphere, but also a community or territory over which a sovereign rules; a kingdom. Christ Jesus asked his followers to have him as a cornerstone and to gather in union, being part of his spiritual body. We may look at the realm of Christ, his royalContinue reading “The Realm of profession in Christianity”

John Gossner teaching spiritual life came not from church but from God

As a young Catholic priest, educated at the University of Dillingen, in Germany late in the 1790s, Johannes Evangelista Gossner also known as John Gossner, longed for a Christianity that would make him alive. He began to teach others what he had learned from Johann Michael Sailer of the   Society of Jesus and Martin Boos, whoContinue reading “John Gossner teaching spiritual life came not from church but from God”

The 17th annual White Privilege Conference a militantly Christophobic conference held in Philadelphia

A simplified chart of historical developments of major groups within Christianity. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) From April 15 to 17 the 17th annual White Privilege Conference was held in Philadelphia. Activist and author Paul Kivel identified three particularly severe problems in the modern world that are caused or worsened by Christianity. I could agree with hisContinue reading “The 17th annual White Privilege Conference a militantly Christophobic conference held in Philadelphia”

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