Keith Kauffman on 05/25/2022

The Ten Words: The Sixth

by Keith KauffmanOn one hand, the 6th commandment, “you shall not murder”, is probably the most universally accepted of all the ten commandments. By God’s restraining grace, humanity seems to have an innate knowledge that murder is wrong. On the other hand, according to the law of Jesus in Matthew 5

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Simonetta Carr on 05/24/2022

Gregory I’s Female Correspondents

by Simonetta CarrGregory I’s Female CorrespondentsSome of our best sources of information about specific women in the early centuries of Christianity come from the correspondence of church fathers, particularly Jerome at the turn of the fifth century and Gregory I about two centuries later.

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Stephen Unthank on 05/23/2022

The Ten Words: The Fifth

by Stephen UnthankHonor your father and your mother. That’s the command, the fifth, in God’s Ten Commandments. It’s simple in what it commands and yet profound in its good and necessary implications. It is the only commandment that comes with a promise, “Honor your father and your mother, that your

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Stephen Unthank on 05/22/2022

Romans 8: No condemnation

by Stephen Unthank“There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.” – Romans 8:1 Few lines of Holy Scripture have been used more by God to encourage assurance and comfort in my own heart. In my own Bible, the page on which Romans 8 appears is a page well worn, smudged from

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