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Thank you for visiting Christian Heritage Fellowship! Our organization exists to advocate the Christian worldview of America’s founding fathers and historic Christianity. Resisting the historical revisionism that seeks to deny Christianity’s rightful legacy in national and world affairs, Christian Heritage Fellowship seeks to articulate the true heritage of the Christian Church in America and around the world.

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Your Baby Was Not a Fish

For decades, evolutionists had argued that a child developing within the womb of his mother passed through stages of development that summarized the evolution of mankind, from fish-like creatures to the mature development of the human being. Evolutionists argued that,...

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Christian Living in January


263 Christian Living (Articles) | 263.968301 January | Calendar

Whereas the end of each year is usually focused upon Thanksgiving, Christmas, and end-of-year activities, January affords the opportunity for planning for the events of the upcoming year. Much of the local church’s calendar should already be planned conceptually, but a concerted effort is needed to assign events to respective individ Read more…

Christian Living in February


263 Christian Living (Articles) | 263.968302 February | 263.968302 February Articles | Calendar

The calendar used in the West is the result of extended evolution. For the most part, our calendar is the result of the influence of the Greeks and the Romans who followed them. February receives its name from Februa (or Februatio),[1] an ancient purification festival held on February 15 (full moon) under the old lunar Roman calendar Read more…