Salvatore Anthony Luiso posted a discussion
     Last week Christianity Today and The Dispatch published two articles which complement each other. These articles were written by two Christian men who are friends. I recommend both of them. Here are links to them: The Capitol Attack Signaled a…
Jan 15
Salvatore Anthony Luiso posted a discussion
Hans Boersma says the following about the ancient theologian and Church Father Gregory of Nyssa (c. 335 – c. 395) on page 77 of his book Seeing God: The Beatific Vision in Christian Tradition (William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2018): I will…
Jan 10
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A triolet related to Hosea 6:1–3by Salvatore Anthony Luiso  Return, and follow on to know the LORD:And He shall come unto us as the rain.Come, bow before Him who should be adored:Return, and follow on to know the LORD.Come, seek His face; come, be…
Dec 17, 2021
Salvatore Anthony Luiso posted a discussion
A triolet related to Hosea 6:1–3by Salvatore Anthony Luiso  Return, and follow on to know the LORD:And He shall come unto us as the rain.Come, bow before Him who should be adored:Return, and follow on to know the LORD.Come, seek His face; come, be…
Dec 1, 2021

Free book offer: Christ Is All!

"No one can be robbed of his delights whose joy is Christ. Eternal is his gladness who rejoices in an eternal good."
—Augustine of Hippo (354–430), printed on page 32 of Words Old and New: or, Gems From the Christian Authorship of All Ages, by Horatius Bonar…
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Free book offer: Christ Is All!

"No one can be robbed of his delights whose joy is Christ. Eternal is his gladness who rejoices in an eternal good."
—Augustine of Hippo (354–430), printed on page 32 of Words Old and New: or, Gems From the Christian Authorship of All Ages, by Horatius Bonar…
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M'Cheyne on Studying Christ

     Robert Murray M'Cheyne (1813–1843) was a minister in the Church of Scotland from 1835 to 1843. After his death he became famous around the world through the book The Memoir and Remains of the Rev. Robert Murray M'Cheyne, which was edited by Andrew Bonar. Following is an excerpt from that book:
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     Recently I learned of two books which were published over five years ago and which I think could be of interest to members of The #ReimagineFORUM. (The administrator of the forum, Phil Miglioratti, also thinks they could be of interest to members of it.)
 
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Whether or not America is a Christian nation

     Last week Christianity Today and The Dispatch published two articles which complement each other. These articles were written by two Christian men who are friends. I recommend both of them. Here are links to them: The Capitol Attack Signaled a Post-Christian Church, Not Merely a Post-Christian CultureLast year’s events in DC threatened not only American democracy but also evangelical witness.By Russell…

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Gregory of Nyssa and Christ

Hans Boersma says the following about the ancient theologian and Church Father Gregory of Nyssa (c. 335 – c. 395) on page 77 of his book Seeing God: The Beatific Vision in Christian Tradition (William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2018): I will argue that, for Saint Gregory, human souls find their telos when in union with Christ they become ever purer, in an ever-increasing growth in the beatific vision. Gregory was a theologian always in search of Christ, and though he was convinced that he…

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A triolet related to Hosea 6:1–3

A triolet related to Hosea 6:1–3by Salvatore Anthony Luiso  Return, and follow on to know the LORD:And He shall come unto us as the rain.Come, bow before Him who should be adored:Return, and follow on to know the LORD.Come, seek His face; come, be refreshed, restored:Leave all our sin as loss, take God as gain.Return, and follow on to know the LORD:And He shall come unto us as the rain.

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A Response to "My Confession About Confession"

     On August 3rd, 2021, Phil Miglioratti published an article entitled "My Confession About Confession". He has asked me to comment on it and post my comments on this forum. Because of the length of my comments, I decided it was best for me to write an article in response to his. At present his article can be read here: http://discipleshipnetwork.ning.com/forum/topics/reimaginedisipleship-my-confession-about-confession        As I see it, my response does not oppose what Phil has said. I…

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A Plague on the Church: False Prophets and False Prophecy

Note: This article is related to the article "Jeremiah Johnson, false prophecy, and the state of the church in America", which at present is accessible here: http://discipleshipnetwork.ning.com/forum/topics/jeremiah-johnson-false-prophecy-and-the-state-of-the-church-in?xg_source=activity. It is not necessary to read one of these articles to understand the other.          Earlier this week the Christian watchdog organization MinistryWatch published a report by Steve Rabey entitled "Prophets’…

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M'Cheyne on Studying Christ

     Robert Murray M'Cheyne (1813–1843) was a minister in the Church of Scotland from 1835 to 1843. After his death he became famous around the world through the book The Memoir and Remains of the Rev. Robert Murray M'Cheyne, which was edited by Andrew Bonar. Following is an excerpt from that book:        "I ought to study Christ as a living Saviour more—as a Shepherd, carrying the sheep he finds—as a King, reigning in and over the souls he has redeemed—as a Captain, fighting with those who…

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M'Cheyne on Studying Christ

     Robert Murray M'Cheyne (1813–1843) was a minister in the Church of Scotland from 1835 to 1843. After his death he became famous around the world through the book The Memoir and Remains of the Rev. Robert Murray M'Cheyne, which was edited by Andrew Bonar. Following is an excerpt from that book:        "I ought to study Christ as a living Saviour more—as a Shepherd, carrying the sheep he finds—as a King, reigning in and over the souls he has redeemed—as a Captain, fighting with those who…

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Playing the prophet

It is common nowadays to hear Christians say that the church and individual Christians should "speak prophetically" to the world. By this they mean to speak what God would have them to speak, and not necessarily to predict the future. Thus it is common to hear Christians claim that they are "speaking prophetically" when they say something which they believe God would have them to say, such as publicly calling a sin and a sin despite the world regarding it as no sin.   Sad to say, it is also…

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A review of the *American Experience* documentary *Billy Graham*

     Earlier this week the PBS series American Experience presented a new documentary film about Billy Graham, entitled simply Billy Graham. I watched it. For this review of it, I am going to refer to American Experience with the abbreviation "AE". At present, one can read about it, watch its trailer, and watch it in its entirety, by going here: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/films/billy-graham/        Readers of this review should know that I have no memories of Graham prior to…

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  • Congratulations, Salvatore!

    We welcome your prayers...

  • Welcome, Salvatore! God bless!

    Let us keep looking to the Lord!

  • Glad to have you participating in the Pray.network community Salvatore.

    We look forward to your thoughtful insights on reimagine prayer in a daily lives,

    Phil

  • Welcome Salvatore...

    We look forward to your insightful commentary,

    Phil

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