Along with Baptism, meant to signify the beginning of a new life in Christ, the Lord’s Supper is one of the two most important observancesView More
By the Middle Ages, the Roman Catholic Church wielded tremendous power and authority, and the church strenuously sought to enforce its orthodoxy by punishing thoseView More
The history of the early Christian centuries reveals a definite anti-seventh-day-Sabbath, pro-Sunday movement, which got a bit boost in 321 A.D. with the Roman EmperorView More
Ancient written evidence suggests that some Christians in Alexandria, Egypt may have abandoned the seventh-day Sabbath as early as 120 A.D. This evidence is foundView More
What is our response to death.