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What Is the Meaning of July 10th? God’s Love is Ascendant Alleluia! – Huffington Post (blog)

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Chicago Tribune What Is the Meaning of July 10th? God's Love is Ascendant Alleluia! Huffington Post (blog) From God's creation in Genesis — where all was deemed good — to the triumph of Christ in Revelation that gave hope to the violently oppressed Christians in the Roman Empire at that time, God's love streams through Scripture and our experience. … Presbyterians, Change Hearts & Minds, Begin Ordaining Gays Religion Dispatches Presbyterians Celebrate Ordinations for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender … Spero News all 11 news articles »

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Mattingly: Shahbaz Bhatti, a modern martyr

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Christian Blog: In the early days of Christianity, martyrs often gave their final testimonies of faith to Roman leaders before they were crucified, burned or fed to lions.

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Big screen, high definition

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Christian Blog: Hippolytus was, according to legend, a Roman legionary who converted to Christianity and paid a heavy price.

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On this day: αƒœαƒ˜αƒœαƒ

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Christian Blog: On this day we celebrate the feast of St. Nino, the slave girl who brought Christianity to Georgia in the early fourth century. She is venerated in the Eastern Orthodox Churches, the Oriental Orthodox Churches, the Roman Catholic Church, and the Eastern Catholic Churches.

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Nietzsche and the will to power

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Christian Blog: THIS PROGRAM WAS FIRST AIRED ON 22 MAY 2010. Friedrich Nietzsche was the son of a preacher who came to despise Christianity. He was a scholar of the Greek and Roman classics who became better known as a philosopher. And he was a philosopher whose ideas — rejecting the idea of pity, embracing the will to power and the ideal of the superman — cast long shadows over the twentieth century. This …

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There’s no avoiding Anne Rice’s energy

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Christian Blog: As anyone who follows Anne Rice’s career knows, a few months ago she renounced Christianity, leaving the Roman Catholic Church, to which she had returned as an adult after leaving in her teens. Rice always had difficulty with the church’s stance on social issues, and finally declared on her Facebook page, “I quit being a Christian. . . . I refuse to be anti-gay. I refuse to be anti-feminist. I …

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Rice’s art reflects her religious conflicts

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Christian Blog: As anyone who follows Anne Rice’s career knows, a few months ago she renounced Christianity, leaving the Roman Catholic Church, to which she had returned as an adult after leaving in her teens.

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A time-traveling reformed hit man tracks a poisoner

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Christian Blog: As anyone who follows Anne Rice’s career knows, a few months ago she renounced Christianity , leaving the Roman Catholic Church, to which she had returned as an adult after leaving in her teens. Rice always had difficulty with the church’s stance on social issues, and finally declared on her…

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Advent Reflections 2010 – Week 4

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Video Sharing 00:17:48 Advent Reflections is a series of reflections for each of the four weeks of Advent. They are presented and hosted by Ste. Marie Parish, a Roman Catholic Parish of the Diocese of Manchester, New Hampshire. at www.enterthenarrowgate.org

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Grawemeyer winner finds links among early Christians, Jews, pagans

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Christian Blog: Early Christians thoroughly demonized the religions around them, but they actually had plenty in common with their pagan neighbors in the multicultural world of the Roman Empire, author Luke Timothy Johnson says.

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