Go read! Leonardo De Chirico


“ ‘Pray for me.’ The audience of this prayer request was a group of Muslim leaders, worshippers of Allah, bound to the authority of the Koran, denying the Triune nature of God and the divinity of Jesus Christ, following a work-based religion. The Pope went beyond diplomatic politeness or even the cordial, inter-religious tone of the conversation. He addressed these Muslims by asking for their prayers, using language that is ordinarily used among fellow Christians. “

“Pray for me” – A reflection by Leonardo de Chirico

Old Waldensian Paths


Psalm 36:1

1 Transgression speaks to the ungodly within his heart;
There is no fear of God before his eyes.


Quote of the day – Dave Hunt

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It’s sad that political correctness seems to rule the day. When it comes to Islam, we must be politically correct; when it comes to Catholicism, we must be politically correct. Rather let someone go to hell than offend their feelings. There is something really sad out there, Tom. Christians don’t think—we don’t recognize that truth is truth. It is black and white; you can’t compromise, you don’t dialogue with God, you don’t re-negotiate with God. The Bible has made it very clear exactly what the gospel is. It’s a matter of justice. God is the one who makes the rules. He created this universe; He created us. We’re going to have to go His way, and Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life; no man comes to the Father but by me.” But these people think that’s too narrow minded.

Dave Hunt

Quoted in: Francis Chan Rebukes Mike Gendron?

Original source: More Sparks Between Catholics and Evangelicals

Found through: Francis Chan’s spiritual blindness

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