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- @Sacerdotus And I don't mean that they ripple only outward, but that the effects of sin ripple perhaps in all directions. 57 minutes ago
- @littleangel2ng @ProLifeStuff I read that too. Makes me very sad too. Heartbreaking. I've seen awful things outside Planned Parenthood. 1 hour ago
- RT @littleangel2ng: @disciple96 @ProLifeStuff I read unpIanned and I reaIIy feIt sorry When I read this 1 hour ago
- RT @RepDianeBlack: Miller knew about #IRS tea party targeting before telling senators there was none bit.ly/119d4ps #unacceptable 1 hour ago
- @Sacerdotus People think this means someone experiences a storm because of his own sin; it's more that effects of our sin ripple outward. 1 hour ago
- RT @Sacerdotus: #prayforoklahoma but also reflect the meaning behind the storms. http://t.co/VymySucTiX #catholic #trcot 1 hour ago
- RT @CandiceLanier: Satellite images show five new stealth F-22s on US base near Iran j.mp/1a1Gzcf #tcot 1 hour ago
Tag Archives: Manhattan Declaration
I am saddened to learn that Charles Colson passed away today. I’m sorry that I never had the opportunity to meet him. Some of his books are on my to-read list. He was very active in the Catholic-Protestant dialogue which … Continue reading
Charles Colson seemed to be doing better, but the latest word now is that his condition has taken a turn for the worse. Read more at the Manhattan Declaration, of which is a co-architect. Please keep him and his family … Continue reading
I had to read these lines twice. And then I had to read them again. The L.A. Times thinks this is, yes, that’s the word they used, “dangerous”. Dangerous, as in, scary dangerous? As in, pull out the big guns … Continue reading
I was reading the Manhattan Declaration all the way through and looking at the list of original signers again and I just noticed this: one of the three members of the drafting committee is Timothy George, Dean and Professor of … Continue reading
I just signed a very important and historic document. I hope you will read on and that you will add your name, whether you are Christian or not, to the growing list of Evangelical, Orthodox and Catholic Christians and other … Continue reading