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The End Of Protestantism: A Review


Peter Leithart lights my fire. He’s articulate, winsome, and above all, a man of great character and courage. Dr. Leithart desires to heal the wounds of a divided church, and the medicine he prescribes in The End of Protestantism is a heavy dose of eschatologically-oriented “Reformational Catholicism.” Leithart opens the book with his diagnosis. The church is divided. We’ve fallen short of the perichoretic unity Jesus prayed for in John ... (click for more)

Lee University will present “Songs that Touch Our Hearts” on Wednesday, Oct. 24
Lee University will present “Songs that Touch Our Hearts” on Wednesday, Oct. 24

Bob Tamasy: What Else Do You Need?

"Go: What Do We Do When We Get To The River" Is Topic Sunday At Middle Valley COG



At times it seems the realm of entertainment is devoid of anything vaguely resembling solid, biblical – or even traditional – values. It’s almost as if someone in charge of LaLa Land told everyone, “Whatever the Bible says to do, we need to do the opposite.” Occasionally, however, glimmers ... (click for more)


Middle Valley Church of God, 1703 Thrasher Pike in Hixson, announces that Pastor Mitch McClure will speak on the topic, "Go: What Do We Do When We Get To The River?" in the 10:30 a.m. service this Sunday. Pastor Mitch McClure will lead the congregation in a time of worship and prayer on ... (click for more)



Free Food And Movie Night At Keith Baptist Church Nov. 10

Keith Baptist Church Hosts Fall Revival Nov. 14-18

"Ramp It Up" Is Sermon Topic At Metro Tab Church On Sunday


Keith Baptist Church invites the community to a free food and movie night on Saturday, Nov. 10 beginning at 6 p.m. at the church, 1573 Keith Road in the Ringgold/Tunnel Hill area of North Georgia. ... (click for more)

Keith Baptist Church will have its Fall Revival services Nov. 15-18. Jimmy McClure, pastor of North Georgia Baptist Church, will be preaching and Sacrifice will be singing during the services. ... (click for more)

Dr. Steve Ball, senior pastor, will discuss the topic "Ramp It Up" at Metropolitan Tabernacle Church on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. The Music Ministry is led by Rob Alley and Metro Praise. The Children's ... (click for more)


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