Plain Truth

Author: Todd D. Utley
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 1477204199
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Reading this book you have in your hand is a good place to start. In this book we will explore provocative truths that you may not have heard of before. We will look at topics the average minister will rarely if ever speak of.

Plain Truth The What S Missing Of The Protestant Faith

Author: Todd D. Utley
Publisher: Todd D. Utley
ISBN: 1494418746
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Only a few of us family members know about it and of course his widow my Aunt
Ruth. The place just looks like an old run down dairy farm with a plain, little,
house out front. The truth is it's more like a private arsenal with just about every
type of old weapons system you can think of with tons of food and water stored
inside. As the years went by he realized the world wasn't going to end after all, so
he sort of lost interest in it, and now that he has passed away, my Aunt is stuck
with the ...

The Christian Witness And Church Members Magazine Ed By J Campbell Afterw The Christian Witness And Congregational Magazine Ed By J Kennedy

Author: John Campbell
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These books are all lost. " Are they not written in the book of Shemaiah the
prophet, and of Iddo the seer, concerning genealogies?" (2 Chron. xii. 15.) These
are lost also. " His ways and his sayings are written in the story of the prophet
Iddo," (2 Chron. xiii. 22.) This book is lost "They are written in the ... The plain truth
is, that the Protestant church has corrupted the word of God, by either adding to
or taking away from the words of this prophecy. 6. He must be sure that he can
understand ...

The Plain Truth About The Unorthodox Protestants

Author: Armando Ang
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He was right because he was in the thick of battle against both Catholic and
Protestant intolerance toward those who disagree with their religions. How many
people have lost faith in the loving Christ or in the enigmatic loving God is
anybody's guess. While Christianity have become more tolerant of others right to
religious freedom, there is a growing number of churches spreading throughout
the world that have been leading others astray through the distortion of the truth.
Distortion of ...

A Letter To The Protestants Of The United Kingdom

Author: Robert James M'Ghee
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15. where it says, that faith is lost by infidelity; but Heresy is infidelity, therefore
faith is lost by it. IV. Nor can an act of faith be given in such a person, because he
rejects the formal object of faith without which an act of faith cannot be exercised.
But that he rejects such formal object of faith is plain from this, that the one and
indivisible formal reason of believing is the first truth, as it is manifested by the
Church, and the first truth is applied to all articles, and they are equally proposed
to him ...

The Plain Truth

Author: Herbert W. Armstrong
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John had one concern. The Catholic Church was in a state of deterioration and
was not considered relevant to the 20th century. An "event" was needed. Pope
John expected Vatican II to update the Church and fill the 2,500 bishops at Rome
with a ... celibacy, and birth control were all opened to renewed question. The
hope that God would show his face and renew the Catholic Church never
materialized. John waited in vain. The divine event did not occur. He had
gambled and lost.

Plain Truth

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Creation □□53 0uuad America's trend toward Pentecostalism in Tongues of Fire
: The Explosion of Protestantism in Latin America. According to ... Add to this the
fact that free-flowing lay participation offers a strong defense against the
pervasive apathy and despair, the "encircling gloom" sung about in a notable
hymn. ... Church historian Mark Noll charted the paradox: "It is clear that
standards of Christian culture have lost considerable power in the course of the
twentieth century.

A Plain And Rational Account Of The Catholick Faith

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ed vgry justly, as I observed before, if it had been true what they pretended, that
the whole Church was f^l'n into Heresy and Idolatry. ... There remains now but
one popular Argument to be answer'd, vii. that it was not the Business of the
Reformation to preach a new Faith, or set up a new Church, but only to bring the
Christian Religion back to it's ancie tit Purity, which surely any Minister of the
Gospel may lawfully do. Thousands of the Laity, who know nothing of
Ecclesiastical History, ...

The Pictorial History Of England

Author: George Lillie Craik
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1 On the 19th of August we find Melfort writing to Mary of Este:– “Never was
anybody so tossed with contrary passions as I have been since the time I heard
of his majesty's arrival into France; for then we had the fear that all was lost in
Ireland ... But the plain truth is, that William all along had a strong party among
the cardimals and princes of the church, who regarded him as the best ally of
their allies, the emperor and the King of Spain, who had been so seriously
injured and humiliated ...

The Constitution And Canons Of The Protestant Episcopal Church In The United States

Author: Episcopal Church
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He must watch for their souls as one that must give account. Man cannot release
him from this responsibility; it is, therefore, a plain dictate of reason and justice,
that man should not interfere to prevent him from acting up to his responsibility.
Now, it is obvious that if any one but himself may bring before the congregation,
as an authorized teacher of the truth of God, an individual professing to bear that
character, his people may hear, from his own pulpit, something utterly at variance
with ...