Question by Dayton: Hi i’m new to richland area in washington state and I was wondering if there were any churchs in tri cities?
I’m looking for a church that has a big congregation and has a teen or adult bible study that’s not to old. I am 19 and looking to meet people at church around my age if you could give me a name of a church that’s offers this and the addressee or maybe even number that would be awesome thanks!
Answer by Loony Dufus No there aren’t.
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Question by : The Roman Catholic Church faced many challenges during the High Middle Ages. What were they?
I have a world civilizations exam tomorrow and this is the essay question, can someone help me answer this?
The Roman Catholic Church faced many challenges during the High Middle Ages. What were they? How did the church manage to meet each challenge and survive? Describe the relationship between church and state at the end of the High Middle Ages.
Any help would be great.
Answer by I Don’t Take YA Seriously Guess you shouldve read the chapter huh
Question by Catholic Truth !!: A question for Baptist. If a Southern Baptist Church and a First Baptist Church were across the road From each
Other and say the southern Baptist Church closed it’s doors would you as southern Baptist members join the First Baptist Church???
Answer by stew i am sure they would if they were going for the purpose of church, not titles
Question by W of P: When you were a kid, did you ever crawl around under the church pews during the church service
Providing, of course, that your parents took you to church when you were a little kid.
Answer by Pastor A At that age I was in a children’s church designed for kids my age.
Question by newlife: Have you asked yourself, were did pulpits, pews, scheduled services, and THE PASORS church come from?
When I read the Bible I see that they gathered in homes, there was no head leader, I do read elders (plural) and giftings in the church, no big me, little you crap.
Answer by meoorr Very interesting question. You’re right – for about 3 centuries they gathered in homes. Pulpits, pews, ministers, sermons, all came much later and were largely influenced by the Roman Empire.
Larry Wessels, director of Christian Answers/Christian Debater (BibleQuery.org, HistoryCart.com & MuslimHope.com) debates Steve McCalip, author & producer of “KingJamesVideoMan,” on the subject of WHO did Jesus die for. Bob L. Ross, leading publisher of Charles Haddon Spurgeon (please check official website: boblross.com), is the moderator. Educational backgrounds of debaters: Wessels- Bachelor of Science in Advertising from the University of Texas at Austin, completed extension course taught by Dr. JI Packer of Regent College, Vancouver, Canada, studied virtually every book or tape produced by Walter Martin of the Christian Research Institute & Dr. RC Sproul of Ligonier Ministries, worked with Pilgrim Publications (CH Spurgeon) since 1990, attended Dayspring Fellowship of Austin, Texas (Pastor Jackson Boyett, www.dayspringchapel.org) since 1982. McCalip- Bachelor’s degree from Baylor University, 2 Master’s Degrees in Education from the University of Houston. Theological background: Wessels- Classical Protestant Reformed Doctine, Affirms the Trinity (Father , Son & Holy Spirit), McCalip- Arminian Doctrine, Denial of the Trinity, Affirms King James Bible only. A popular book out is entitled “History’s Greatest Lies;” although this book doesn’t mention the following it should have: Darwin’s Evolution Theory, Global Warming, Muhammad was a prophet of God, the only true “church” is headed by a Roman Pope, etc. Another “greatest lie” would be to say Jesus died for people He … Video Rating: 5 / 5
Not all saints were sane
Iurodstvo is the Russian word for the idea of “holy foolishness.” It’s a form of asceticism that has been practiced within the Russian Orthodox church for centuries. Read more on National Catholic Reporter
Elizabeth Smart kidnap suspect kicked out of court
The man accused of the 2002 abduction of Elizabeth Smart was kicked out of a federal courtroom Monday for singing hymns as jury selection for his trial got under way. Read more on AP via Yahoo! News
Area deaths for Oct. 31
BAKER , Ronald J., 74, of Hemet, Calif., formerly of Canton Township; service Wednesday in Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. CAPRITA , Elizabeth J., 58, of Lake Cable; call 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday in Paquelet, Massillon; service noon Friday in St. Michael’s Catholic Church. Read more on The Canton Repository
Question by xoxo♥: Why were there power struggles between the Roman Catholic Church and kings?
Why were there power struggles between the Roman Catholic Church and kings? I know this was one of the causes of the Protestant Reformation but I don’t know why it triggered this movement. Can someone explain?
Answer by Josh well it all depended on the king for their underlying reasons but the chief issue was the fact that the Pope held power over them during earlier ages this hadnt been such a big issue for kings as government was less centralised however during the period of the reformation the kingdoms of europe had become more centralised and the kings wanted absolute rule. Also due to the popes power it meant if any other king tool control of the pope they would have power over other kings. This i what happened when King Henry VIII wanted a annulment but couldnt because the Holy Roman Emperor had pretty much imprisoned the Pope and he didnt want Henry to get a divorce. This ultimately lead Henry to say the pope didnt have authority over him anyway so he broke away from the church.
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