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ListenPentecost Sunday, 1865 'Onward Christian Soldiers' first sung One of the most prodigious examples of Christian ministry is found in the legacy of the Anglican priest who gave the world the much-loved song, "Onward Christian Soldiers." Generations of Christian children were raised singing the verses of this song with wide-eye enthusiasm and even more gusto as they sang its refrain. The life and ministry of this song's author is a legacy of both articulated Christian principles and ardent Christian practice. For this reason, believers of every generation will be greatly edified...Read more... Read more... -->
ListenThe National Day of Prayer is held the first Thursday of May. For more information on this important national event, navigate to the National Day of Prayer website by clicking this message box. Celebrating Our Christian Heritage! We are a user supported non-profit organization. Your small gift is tax-deductible and will go a long way to help us meet our operating budget — and it is vital, because America deserves to know its true heritage. Please contribute today! Click to donate Related Reading Christian Living in AugustAugust | August Now | Christian Living ArticlesWhereas the...Read more... Read more... -->
ListenThe doctrine of one suffering in the place of another for the forgiveness of sin (vicarious atonement) is one, generally speaking, that has been dismissed from the mind of the American Christian and remains a matter of ridicule for the secularist. Throughout the twentieth century, a sustained attack was waged against the teaching of the Bible concerning the doctrine of how one is permitted into a right relationship with God—known as the doctrine of atonement. At the beginning of the twenty-first century, there exists little appetite for Christian doctrine, even in those churches where...Read more... Read more... -->
ListenWithin Christianity, Holy Week commemorates the suffering and death of Jesus Christ. Among English-speaking communions, the expression Passion Week is also used to describe the same period of time—the Sunday before Christ's Crucifixion to His Resurrection. One of the earliest designations for this week in the Early Church was the "Great Week," and during the medieval era was known simply as the "Authentic." In Germany and Denmark, the popular title for this week is 'Still Week,' an allusion to the diminished labors of Christ and the Apostles during this week. The Roman Catholic Church,...Read more... Read more... -->