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  1. Faith and Fellowship
    Christianity and violence From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Unbalanced scales.svg The neutrality of this article is disputed. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Please do not remove this message until conditions to do so are met. (April 2017) (Learn how and when to remove...
  2. Faith and Fellowship
    Which verse in the Bible most typifies Christianity today. Feel free to clarify or explain your thinking or feelings. Tell us if you believe a verse more typifies the Christianity you see around you differently than a verse that may describe the Christianity you feel within yourself. If you are...
  3. Faith and Fellowship
    Christian Fellowship Forum Well it is a forum; fellowship has been pretty spotty as of late; and we can't even seem to agree or understand why some choose to use certain words pertaining to our faith. What do we have here? A pretty diverse group that shares a love of archery and a pretty...
  4. Faith and Fellowship
    I was reading from the Zen thread earlier and I couldn't help but draw some parallels between these three subjects. Our Pastor is getting ready to begin teaching on living under law and living in the Spirit of Life in Christ Jesus as Paul teaches in Romans and specifically in chapters 6,7 & 8...
  5. Watering Hole
    http://www.meaningfulscience.com/files/Christianity_and_the_Origin_of_Modern_Science.doc Sample quote: "Virtually All of the Early Scientists Were Devout Christians. Almost every major branch of modern science can be traced back to 17th and 18th century Europe. If we open virtually any...
  6. Faith and Fellowship
    I remember hearing on TV that the Chronicles of Narnia have religious undertones to it, much like The Lord of the Rings. I had these books read to me, and I purchased the whole set today. I'll be reading them to my children for our nightly reading. I know Cato recommended a C.S. Lewis book to...
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