Month: December 2017

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The Immaculate Conception: A Gift for You

Filippino Lippi, The Annunciation (1491)
One of the tragedies of the Protestant Reformation is that it resulted in a lot of Protestants squeamish about talking about the Virgin Mary, and a lot of Catholics squeamish about talking about grace and predestination (in both cases, out of a fear of the other side's perceived excesses). In reality, if you want to know what God's predestination looks like, look to the Virgin Mary. And you can't understand Mary without understanding predestination.

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Can We Be Americans AND Christians?

A recent Facebook commenter claimed that "To be a Christian American, you must believe in the separation of Church and State. The Will of God has no place in superseding a rule of law. By living a Christian Life and not judging others, we show our ability to follow in the footsteps of Christ." Here are five reasons that's a dangerous position to hold as either a Christian or an American.

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