Category: False Doctrine

Who was David Koresh: Ex-followers describe life inside apocalyptic religious sect involved in 1993 Waco siege

Muriel Pearson, Spencer Wilking, & Lauren Effron ABC News David Koresh, leader of an apocalyptic religious sect, perished with about 80 followers when the compound they shared burned to the ground. A Congressional investigation concluded that Koresh and his followers set the fire themselves as FBI tanks sought to end […]

Hate In God’s Name

Daryl Johnston SPLC Religious extremism and its relation to violent conflict This series will delve deeper into how white supremacists, sovereign citizens, militia extremists and violent anti-abortion adherents use religious concepts and scripture to justify threats, criminal activity and violence. This discussion of religious extremism should not be confused with […]

Sunday has lost its sense as day of rest, renewal in Christ, pope says

Carol Glantz Catholic News Service via National Catholic Reporter Just like a plant needs sun and nourishment to survive, every Christian needs the light of Sunday and the sustenance of the Eucharist to truly live, Pope Francis said. “How can we carry out the Gospel without drawing the energy needed […]

Returning to the Bible, Poland Reclaims Sunday as a Day of Rest

CBN News Polish lawmakers voted last week to reclaim Sunday as a day of rest by slowly phasing out Sunday shopping by 2020. The bill, which was backed by trade unions, passed with a vote of 254 to 156. The bill is expected to pass the Polish Senate and will […]

National Day of Prayer to Focus on Ephesians 4:3

Kairos Company Charisma News The National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 3, 2018, will focus on prayer for unity in America, announced Dr. Ronnie Floyd, the organization’s president. In a leadership summit with regional coordinators and leaders of the prayer movement, Dr. Floyd announced the theme for next year’s National […]

The Reformation, led by Luther, failed. Here’s how we could finally reunite the Christian church

Peter J. Leithart FOX News On Oct. 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses, a list of propositions aimed at problems in the Roman Catholic Church, to the door of the university church in Wittenberg, Germany. He wanted to start a theological debate. Instead, he started the Reformation. As […]

Reformation at 500: Christians see they are brothers, sisters, pope says

Pope Francis met with a delegation from the Church of Scotland at the Vatican on Thursday, just four days before Reformation Sunday, which was to mark the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther posting his 95 theses on the door of the Wittenberg Castle church. Posting the theses, formally called the […]