Blog Posts - Denomination



-Canada: Conservative Churches are Growing While Liberal Ones Continue to Decline?

Recent research in Canada confirms that theology and belief really do matter when it comes to church growth and decline. The churches that are growing have ministers that affirm traditional Christian beliefs while the ones in decline not so much. Her...
by APOLOGETICA on Dec 13, 2016

I Want To Be Like…Mike or Jim or William… but Jesus?

Most of us Christians seem to be the same in regard to those with whom we associate. We tend to find others who are like us. I think that is one reason we have so many different denominations in the organized church. We cannot agree on doctrine, inte...
by Done with Religion on Aug 26, 2015

The aberration behind a failure on EU money

In the category of “European money to be, as we take care of them,” present history of missed investment. The spa complex, Baia Verde, Slanic Prahova, have invested almost 4 million. The construction lies, however, not used for five year...
by We care about your travel on Jul 13, 2015

Christianity, Christ and the Religious World

When we think about Jesus, we automatically think of Christianity. Although the two are completely different. Jesus didn’t come to start Christianity. Jesus was not a Christian. We are missing the whole point when we focus on religion rather than t...
by Done with Religion on Jun 24, 2015

What are You Wearing?

I took my wife to the store the other day, and as I was sitting in the car waiting on her, I observed some people going in and out who stood out based on their style of dress. A gentlemen in his late 50’s came out in a sun dress and carrying a...
by Done with Religion on Apr 15, 2015

Getting Outside the Walls

I have mentioned this in a previous article, and want to again make clear that I am not a teacher. The postings on this site are from a person who certainly has a lot to learn. My wife and I feel the same on this subject, and as imperfect people who...
by Done with Religion on Mar 12, 2015

The Body (Original Post on July 23, 2013)

Ephesians 1:22,23 — And He put all things in subjection under His feet, and gave Him as head over all things to the church, which is His body, the fullness of Him who fills all in all. What stands out most to me is the description of what true chur...
by Done with Religion on Feb 19, 2015

Don’t Divide the Body of Christ, Group Cautions Politicians

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Don’t Divide the Body of Christ, Group Cautions Politicians

The Christian Conscience Group, a non-denominational body making case for a Christian Governor in Lagos State, has advised politicians to be careful of divisive tendencies in the body of Christ as... Read More...

Is the “Church of Christ” Denomination a Religious Cult?

See our playlist entitled, “Dealing with “Saved by Works & Baptism”, “Church of Christ” with 71 videos at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBD55090718D…...
by Church Report – Online on May 28, 2014

Four Centuries

Four Centuries Protestants were slow to embrace the missionary cause. In the sixteenth century, they struggled to liberate themselves from moribund Catholicism. The seventeenth century was consumed with bloody efforts for liberty within the state. No...
by Laboring In The Lord on Oct 2, 2013

What Following Christ Isn’t

Dear Lord; Happy Saturday Father! I think to a great extent, we’re missing it… Aren’t we Lord? As I sat and enjoyed my morning coffee while perusing the newest status posts on my Facebook News Feed today, I found myself thinking back over the p...
by Inspirations from Phather Phil on Jun 29, 2013

Are Christians Cannibals?

I’ve always been fascinated at how arrogance justifies suspicion in Christian circles. The title of my post today refers back to the second century when Christians gathered in churches for the regular ‘love feast’, the term given fo...
by DeanRoberts.Net on Jan 2, 2013

The History Of High Value Rupee Notes

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by Wealthymatters on Dec 21, 2012

Olive Oil Fiesta in Baena a Denomination of Origin

Baena´s 15th Olive Oil Festival to celebrate the harvest, in one of the two Andalucían Denomination of Origin areas, is to be held between November 22-28 this year. Baena´s oil is considered to be some of the best in the world and I hope to pop...
by Andalucia Explorer on Nov 4, 2012

Scandalous Pursuits

The modern Baptist movement began in the early 1600s; and though its leaders suffered imprisonment and death at the hands of British officials, they persevered. Among them was Benjamin Keach, born in 1640. He was converted to Christ at 18 and began p...
by Laboring In The Lord on Oct 9, 2012

Four Centuries

Protestants were slow to embrace the missionary cause. In the sixteenth century, they struggled to liberate themselves from moribund Catholicism. The seventeenth century was consumed with bloody efforts for liberty within the state. Not until the eig...
by Laboring In The Lord on Oct 2, 2012

-Will Christian Denominations Survive the Homosexual Crisis?

           (Church of Pilgrims, in Washington, DC: Wikipedia) Make no mistake about, the current push for Gay rights and same-sex marriage across America has created a crisis that most mainline protes...
by APOLOGETICA on Jul 21, 2012

Economists disagrees on Central Bank of Nigeria’s planned naira redenomination

Two prominent economists have disagrees on the planned re-denomination of Nigeria’s currency by the Central Bank of Nigeria. The CBN had reportedly announced plans to introduce new currency denominations of N2, 000 and N5,000, while also converting...
by NaijaBizCom on May 20, 2012

The Central Bank of Nigeria to introduce N2000 and N5000 denomination

According to Leadership newspaper, the Central Bank of Nigeria, in an attempt to reduce the volume of cash baggage and security exposure in cash transactions, is contemplating the introduction of new currency denominations of N2,000 and N5,000.The ba...


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