Sunday, July 10, 2011

Sunday Morning in Ancient Times, Part II

by Steve Ray on July 10, 2011

Tuesday morning I will be discussing Part II of The Mass of the Early Church at 7:00 EST on Relevant Radio.

Were the first Christians Baptists in their worship, or were they Catholics? Did they consider the Eucharist a simple meal or a sacrifice?

You can listen on-line at www.RelevantRadio.com. For my article and story “Sunday Morning in Ancient Times” Or “Why I Teared Up Last Sunday” click here.

It will be repeated later in the day as well.

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Hot Bike Ride thru the Woods

by Steve Ray on July 10, 2011

Even though it was 92 degrees, my son Jesse and I took off riding our bikes together. We headed down the country dirt roads to the Cherry Hill Nature Preserve. It is a mature hilly forest with rugged trails.

We raced around through the trails at a pace to get a good work put. Riding the road hits one set of muscles but the mountain riding hits all muscles, at least it feels like it.

Nice doing things with my son. Sometimes we take his older kids too.

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What’s all the Fuss about Mary?

July 10, 2011

Sent by Leonard Alt: Although it most certainly was not true of the early Protestant reformers, it is true for many Protestants today that emphasis on Mary takes away from the centrality of Jesus.  The concept that Marian teachings actually and ultimately points to Jesus is a foreign one to them. Rev. Charles Dickson, a [...]

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