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“The victors are slow to claim victory because they too often assume that numbers of church members are what counts most.” Historian David Hollinger on why mainline Protestants don’t take credit for influencing American culture in “antiracist, anti-imperialist, feminist and multicultural directions.” He was quoted by Christian Century. David Hollinger on what the mainline achieved
[WATCH THIS VIDEO ON YOUTUBE.] Coinciding with the Nuns on the Bus cross-country tour, 174 members of Congress co-sponsored a resolution commending the American women religious community for their tremendous impact on our nation. In this video, 75 of those representatives add a personal note to the sisters.
Contact: Deborah Hamilton, Hamilton Strategies, 215-815-7716 PHILADELPHIA, July 2, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ — While many Americans mark July 4th with barbeques and fireworks, the staff and patients at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) in Philadelphia are mindful of the freedoms that our Founding Fathers fought for more than 200 years ago. As a result of their struggles and victory, Americans can still continue to have freedom of choice over a wide variety of options in life, inclu Source: Hamilton Strategies
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The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, host of the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology has partnered with Philadelphia Biblical University to bring world class Reformed pastor theologians to campus.Jonathan Master, Dean of their School of Bible and Ministry, Director of the Center for University Studies there, and Chair of the Alliance’s Princeton regional Conference on Reformed Theology was the primary motivator of this partnership. Working with Dr.
Here are highlights from our various Twitter accounts over the past week. …the more godly we are, the more devout we will strive to be and the more painfully aware of our sin we will be. —R.C.
Martin Regg Cohn, the Toronto Star’s Queen’s Park reporter, has the Catholic Church all figured out. In a column last week, he went after Cardinal Thomas Collins, the head of the Archdiocese of Toronto, for defending the Catholic position on gay-straight alliances in religious schools