Tag: Catholicism

Review of “Traces of the Kingdom”

"Through the ages, Christianity has been a hijacked religion." (pp. 625) Using extensively-quoted primary sources, Keith Sisman traces the existence of the Kingdom of our Lord -- his Church -- through the Dark Ages in England.  I highly recommend this work, available on-line at Traces-of-the-Kingdom.org. Christians are seen through the lens of the persecution of … Continue reading Review of “Traces of the Kingdom”

Called to be Saints

"Unto the church of God which is at Corinth, to them that are sanctified in Christ Jesus, called to be saints..." (1 Corinthians 1:2a). The Bible teaches that a Saint is a member of Christ's Church, one of God's Elect.  A Saint is a righteous person. Individual members of the Lord's Church are called to … Continue reading Called to be Saints