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Celebrating 500 Years of Reformation Today, October 31, 2017

One man, Martin Luther, stood alone against an empire. His motivation was spiritual, but the outcome of his conviction was spiritual and political, leaving a global legacy 500 years later and celebrated this October 31st. Unbeknownst to even himself, Luther … Continue reading

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The Monk Who Stood Against an Empire and Changed the World [video]

One man, Martin Luther, stood alone against an empire. His motivation was spiritual, but the outcome of his conviction was spiritual and political, leaving a global legacy 500 years later and celebrated this October 31st. The Holy Roman Church ruled … Continue reading

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SILENCE: An Incredible Story of Martyrdom & Faith

“Do we have this kind of faith in America?” Academy Award-Winning Director Martin Scorsese asks when discussing his faith and the faith of the characters in his most recent film, Silence, released on December 23, 2016. The film is based … Continue reading

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Fox News Coverage on Pope Not All That Fair and Balanced

Yesterday, while waiting for the new pope to be announced, Fox News Anchor Megyn Kelly made the comment that “Jesus elected the first pope.” Likewise, Executive Vice President and Executive Editor at Fox News John Moody referred to God “choosing … Continue reading

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