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January 24 2021 By dvirtue Three Reasons Every RZIM Supporter Should Want The Thompson NDA Terminated

Knowing the RICO suit was funded by Ravi Zacharias, a best-selling author and international evangelist with his reputation on the line, the Thompsons faced a massive challenge.

To defend themselves would be incredibly expensive.

To not defend themselves could be even worse.

It was a lose-lose scenario.

So, imagine the relief when a settlement was offered that paid them $250,000 and ended the RICO lawsuit.

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January 21 2021 By dvirtue Trump is out, but US evangelicalism remains alive and well in Africa

Meshoe exemplifies a type of political and theological reasoning among African evangelical Christians. He was praying for Trump's victory because he echoes the views of many African evangelicals in relation to human sexuality, reproductive rights (anti-abortion), nationalism and capitalism. For example, Bishop Mark Kariuki of the Evangelical Alliance of Kenya claimed that a Trump victory would be a vote in favour of "good morals".

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January 20 2021 By dvirtue Seminaries Catching Anglican Studies Bug?

For some Americans, Anglicanism (known as the via media or middle way between Catholicism and Protestantism) provides an increasingly attractive option for those hungering for a deeper sense of history and liturgy. This trend is not all-encompassing, of course, and in terms of overall numbers there are many more young people leaving Christianity than transitioning to a more historically rooted form of it.

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January 15 2021 By dvirtue THE ANTIFA TEST - THE RIOT IN THE CAPITOL SHOWS CONSPIRACY THEORIES PERSIST

Eric Metaxas, author and talk radio host: “There is no doubt Antifa infiltrated the protesters today and planned this.”

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January 14 2021 By dvirtue Charismatics Are At War With Each Other Over Failed Prophecies Of Trump Victory

A major speaker in the movement calls it "the largest scale deception I've seen in 49 years of following Jesus."

And yet another pastor is blasting parts of the movement as being "sick."

Privately and on social media, these prophets and their thousands of followers are slugging it out in an orgy of self-blame, recriminations and fantastical hopes that somehow before Jan. 20, God will bring about a victory for Trump.

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January 11 2021 By dvirtue Which 'Sins of the Nation', Franklin Graham?

That post and tweet were more his usual line. The president serves the good, his opponents serve the bad. When Christianity Today, the major American Evangelical journal, supported (surprisingly) convicting the president after he'd been impeached, Graham dismissed the editorial by saying the editors "would rather have a Radical Left nonbeliever, who wants to take your religion & your guns, than Donald Trump as your President."

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January 08 2021 By dvirtue Religious Declaration on Human Sexual Morality

Read and download a pdf of the document at the link below. If it represents your personal beliefs and/or that of your church, ministry or organization, you may sign the document at .......

https://www.masteringlife.org/resources/morality-statement

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January 08 2021 By dvirtue Bishop Robinson prayed for tears, anger, discomfort

It took 12 years for the Bishop's prayer to be answered, but on Epiphany Day, January 6, 2021, his prayer was answered in a truly unimaginable fashion.

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January 07 2021 By dvirtue Amen is not a gendered word: Amen/Awoman

The two men prayed very differently for the same event - the first inauguration of Barack Obama as President of the United States.

But Bishop Robinson sought God to draw down curses - tears, anger and discomfort - however, he also asked for patience, humility, freedom, tolerance, compassion, generosity, and wisdom as did Pastor Warren.

The New Hampshire bishop cited Martin Luther King, Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy as saintly examples for the new president to follow.

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January 01 2021 By dvirtue Alister McGrath: A world expert on CS Lewis shares his thoughts

This moment of crisis in Covid is bringing home to us that we are vulnerable and precarious. It causes us to ask: What can we hold on to in a world that is broken, damaged and apparently falling to bits? Where do we find security, where do we find love? And, of course, the Christian answer is that God is with us even in these dark times.

What does the title of your new book mean?

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