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All the other so-called “christian churches” left from origin and changed very very many things in Christianity..
Catholicism changes and adjusts dogmas every day.
Orthodoxy has remain pure and unchanged since the 7 ecumenical councils at the dawn of Christianity.
Catholics left us, and after them, the protestants split from them and drifted farther away from the true essence of Christianity, and then the anglicans, penticostals, baptists, etc, etc…. Now there are hundreads or even thousand of so-called “christian churches”.Catholics are the origin of all the sects today.
It is a saying…
“There were three Great falls in history:
1)The fall of Satan
2)The fall of Adam
3)The fall of the first Pope in 1054!
But the Truth is only one, and is found in the only Church founded by the 12 apostols.
The Orthodox Church.
Orthodox =The Right Faith
Ortho = Right,Unchanged
Dox = Dogma,Faith
All the thousands of so-called christian churches starting with Catholicism lost Apostolic descendence.
They are anathematised, because they changed the Faith.
Share this words to everyone and baptized in orthodox, God will honor you
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This course is a general introduction to the history, cultural traditions, and current condition of many of the 38 Native American tribes who reside in Oklahoma. To increase awareness and appreciation of the manners in which the Native American population of Oklahoma contributes to the unique character and capacities of our state, through cultural values, political relationships between sovereign governments, social relations in a diverse place, and enriching artistic expressions. Learners will further understand the roles that indigenous people in Oklahoma have played in national and global contexts.
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Views:1005|Rating:0.00|View Time:1:5:28Minutes|Likes:|Dislikes: At The Trinity Church, Pastor Mark Driscoll takes us through the John’s Gospel. In John Chapter 15 we look at “Why The World Hates Christianity.”
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Views:1663|Rating:4.64|View Time:20:4Minutes|Likes:39|Dislikes:3 See our playlist “Dealing with Roman Catholicism, Idolatry & the Virgin Mary” with 156 videos at Larry Wessels, director of Christian Answers of Austin, Texas/ Christian Debater ( presents another exclusive interview in our series called “The Counterfeit Christianity of Roman Catholicism” installment #10 featuring Pastor & Author Neil Curran. See Pastor Curran’s video called “Sharing the Good News with Catholics” at See also his website “Biblical Communications International” at There are over two million pastors and church leaders in the world who are under-trained and under-resourced. Through Biblical Communications International, a 501-C-3 non profit, these pastors & church leaders are provided materials and training…especially in China and Africa. Neil Curran is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary.
Biblical Communications International Inc. was founded by Neil Curran, who serves as CEO and Chairman. He has helped train church leaders around the world in China, Africa, Russia, and Haiti.
Neil is the author of the acclaimed book “Exploring the Basics of Biblical Christianity.” Thousands of copies have been given to church leaders in training conferences and is used by churches everywhere to train disciples. It has become an integral part of Bible.org’s “Pathway to Spiritual Maturity.”
He has served as an associate pastor at Dallas area churches including famous Scofield Memorial Church, Northwest Bible Church and Crossroads Bible Church for nearly twenty years. A native of Holyoke, Massachusetts, he did his undergraduate work at Holyoke Junior College and Louisiana State University, earning a B.A. in English. He received a Master’s degree with honors from Dallas Theological Seminary after a successful career as a communications consultant and creative director in New York and New Orleans. Neil has served on the boards of several ministries including REACH International, Global Partners in Hope, The Gulf Coast Bible Conference, Christian Counseling Ministries, and Southeast Louisiana Youth for Christ.
He is also the author of a booklet called “Biblical Christianity for Catholics.” His instructional message, “Sharing the Good News with Catholics” at Chafer Chapel can be viewed at ww.dts.edu. Click on Chapel Archives and go to Spring 2008 and click on 02/29/2008.
Neil and his wife Jody have two children, Sheila and her husband John, and Tom and his wife Andrea, and six grandchildren, Erica, Conner and Joanna, and Anna, Peter and Jonathan.
Questions asked in this video presentation:
1. Do you need to go to confession once a year in Roman Catholicism in order to be able to participate in the Roman Mass (communion) to have your sins forgiven?
2. Your background was in public relations & advertising, how did you end up attending Dallas Theological Seminary as a student?
3. What is the main problem with Roman Catholicism as qualifying it as a counterfeit of Christianity?
4. What is the Biblical Gospel & how did Jesus die for our sins?
5. Does the Bible & Biblical Christianity predate the Roman Catholic Church?
6. What about the great theological controversy between Augustine of Hippo and Pelagius around 414 AD? Why has the view of the Roman Church shifted from the view of Augustine to the view of Pelagius over the centuries?
7. Why is Biblical Christianity the pure form of Christianity while Roman Catholicism is more of a series of shifting traditions of men (Matthew 15)?
8. What is Biblical salvation concerning the question of faith?
Galatians 1:6-9, “I am astonished that you are so quickly deserting him who called you in the grace of Christ and are turning to a different gospel— 7 not that there is another one, but there are some who trouble you and want to distort the gospel of Christ. 8 But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach to you a gospel contrary to the one we preached to you, let him be accursed. 9 As we have said before, so now I say again: If anyone is preaching to you a gospel contrary to the one you received, let him be accursed.”
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Bishops Express Strong Support for Bishop Mark Lawrence and the
Diocese of South Carolina
“We came to encourage Bishop Mark Lawrence to stand firm in the faith,” The Rt. Rev. Abraham Yel Nhial, Bishop of the Diocese of Aweil in the Episcopal Church of Sudan”
Charleston, SC…April 11, 2013. – Amidst allegations that Anglicans worldwide do not recognize the Diocese of South Carolina and its bishop, Anglican Bishops from East Africa strongly announced their support for the diocese’s dissociation from The Episcopal Church Tuesday during comments at the Cathedral of St. Luke and St. Paul in Charleston.
The Bishops from Sudan, Rwanda, Kenya and Tanzania proclaimed unqualified endorsement of Bishop Mark Lawrence and the diocese. Their comments seemed to dispute the claims of Bishop Charles vonRosenberg, the newly elected bishop of the recently formed diocese – The Episcopal Church in South Carolina. In January, vonRosenberg announced that the Anglican Communion has not acknowledged Lawrence’s diocese, even though it represents the vast majority of local Anglicans. However the four bishops, all members of the Anglican Communion in good standing, specifically recognized the diocese during the gathering.
The four were guests of the diocese following their participation in the New Wineskins Conference in Ridgecrest, North Carolina, the largest Anglican missions conference in the world.
“We came to encourage Bishop Mark Lawrence to stand firm in the faith,” said the Rt. Rev. Abraham Yel Nhial, Bishop of the Diocese of Aweil in the Episcopal Church of Sudan. Bishop Nhial was one of the Lost Boys of Sudan whose story aired recently on 60 minutes.
“The people of South Sudan have suffered for 50 years. We’ve died because of our belief in Christ, our identity as Christians. I want to assure my brother Mark that suffering is part of our belief in Christ. We came here tonight not only to discuss what we’re doing in Christ, but also to encourage you to stand up and stand firm in your own faith.”
The Rt. Rev. Robert Martin, Bishop of the Diocese of Marsabit in the Anglican Church of Kenya, said that the Kenyan Church does not recognize The Episcopal Church any more. “Any contact I have with The Episcopal Church may cause me problems in Kenya because we are so shocked and horrified by what is going on and therefore any actions by The Episcopal Church have no validity as far as we’re concerned, ” he said.
Bishop Martin told those present how because of the religious conflicts in his country Christians in Kenya know that Christianity and suffering go together. “As my brothers have said we cannot expect peace in this world in terms of standing for the truth. The more I hear about what Bishop Mark is doing the more I respect him and the more I am pleased and delighted to be in fellowship with him and give thanks for the fellowship we have.”
The Rt. Rev. Elias Mazi Chakupewa, Bishop of the Diocese of Tabora in the Anglican Church of Tanzania, added, “I have read many things on the internet about what is happening here and I have been really praying for Mark and for all the Christians with him in this Diocese. As a Bishop of the Church of God I really pray for God’s intervention during this.”
The Rt. Rev. Nathan Kamusiime Gasatura, Bishop of the Diocese of Butare in the Anglican Church of Rwanda told how his Diocese was the first to provide support for clergy who left the Episcopal Church nearly 12 years ago. He compared the genocide suffered by his country to a “spiritual genocide,” taking place in the Church. “Because of the Rwandan genocide we suffered when the whole world stood by and no one … came to its rescue, we decided as a church we should never keep quiet while the church of Christ was seemingly undergoing a spiritual genocide so we stretched out our hands and we said, “Brothers, we know America is a great country, but this is a moment to stand for Christ no matter what the consequences.”
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The giant cross at Groom Texas is said to be the largest cross in the western hemisphere. Located just east of Amarillo on Interstate 40, the Christian cross stands 190 foot tall and is white in color.
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The role of Christianity in civilization has been intricately intertwined with the history and formation of Western society. Throughout its long history, the Church has been a major source of social services like schooling and medical care; inspiration for art, culture and philosophy; and influential player in politics and religion. In various ways it has sought to affect Western attitudes to vice and virtue in diverse fields. Festivals like Easter and Christmas are marked as public holidays; the Gregorian Calendar has been adopted internationally as the civil calendar; and the calendar itself is measured from the date of Jesus’s birth.
The cultural influence of the Church has been vast. Church scholars preserved literacy in Western Europe following the Fall of the Western Roman Empire. During the Middle Ages, the Church rose to replace the Roman Empire as the unifying force in Europe. The cathedrals of that age remain among the most iconic feats of architecture produced by Western civilization. Many of Europe’s universities were also founded by the church at that time. Many historians state that universities and cathedral schools were a continuation of the interest in learning promoted by monasteries. The university is generally regarded as an institution that has its origin in the Medieval Christian setting, born from Cathedral schools. The Reformation brought an end to religious unity in the West, but the Renaissance masterpieces produced by Catholic artists like Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and Raphael at that time remain among the most celebrated works of art ever produced. Similarly, Christian sacred music by composers like Pachelbel, Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Liszt, and Verdi is among the most admired classical music in the Western canon.
The Bible and Christian theology have also strongly influenced Western philosophers and political activists. The teachings of Jesus, such as the Parable of the Good Samaritan, are among the important sources for modern notions of Human Rights and the welfare measures commonly provided by governments in the West. Long held Christian teachings on sexuality and marriage and family life have also been both influential and (in recent times) controversial. Christianity played a role in ending practices such as human sacrifice, slavery, infanticide and polygamy. Christianity in general affected the status of women by condemning marital infidelity, divorce, incest, polygamy, birth control, infanticide (female infants were more likely to be killed), and abortion. While official Church teaching considers women and men to be complementary (equal and different), some modern “advocates of ordination of women and other feminists” argue that teachings attributed to St. Paul and those of the Fathers of the Church and Scholastic theologians advanced the notion of a divinely ordained female inferiority. Nevertheless, women have played prominent roles in Western history through and as part of the church, particularly in education and healthcare, but also as influential theologians and mystics.
Christians have made a myriad contributions to human progress in a broad and diverse range of fields, both historically and in modern times, including the science and technology, medicine, fine arts and architecture, politics, literatures, Music, philanthropy, philosophy, ethics, theatre and business. According to 100 Years of Nobel Prizes a review of Nobel prizes award between 1901 and 2000 reveals that (65.4%) of Nobel Prizes Laureates, have identified Christianity in its various forms as their religious preference. Eastern Christians (particularly Nestorian Christians) have also contributed to the Arab Islamic Civilization during the Ummayad and the Abbasid periods by translating works of Greek philosophers to Syriac and afterwards to Arabic. They also excelled in philosophy, science, theolo …