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Red, White, and Green Martyrdom: Protestant Edition

Since the early days of the church, Christians have had a tradition of three colors of martyrdom. Jerome wrote about it. Gregory wrote about it. It’s recorded in the Cambrai Homily. And few Protestants have ever heard about it. That’s … Continue reading

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The Most Embarrassing Thing About Church History May be Our View On It

Post by Pastor Tim – Many families have the “crazy old aunt” that everyone loves but that also greatly embarrasses everyone. Our family had one, and our family gatherings would have been quite boring without her. Even though we truly … Continue reading

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