Month: October 2011

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Prayer Request: Heart Surgeries for Girls with Down Syndrome

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Kevin Heldt wrote in response to the post on Down syndrome, abortion, and forced starvation: The [abortion] statistic (and 92% is what I’ve seen) is chilling. Our society is desperately sick. Just last month, after a long wait, my wife and I brought home our newest daughters, two girls with Down syndrome from Ethiopia. After […]

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The Eucharist in the Early Church, Through Non-Christian Eyes

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One of the things I’ve pointed out before is that the writings of the Church Fathers are devoid of (1) Church Fathers teaching something contrary to Transubstantiation on the Eucharist, and (2) Christian objections to Transubstantiation by taught by certain Church Fathers.  That is, all of the Church Fathers can be lumped into “clearly Catholic,” or “hard to […]

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