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Searched on keyword: False beliefs
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EDITORIAL: Why We Believe in Heresy


Santeria Holds Cuba in Thrall

Birth of a Troubled Conscience
A Christian Science upbringing. A shameful wartime act.


Neopaganism's Bewitching Charms, Part 1 of 3
The movement rejects Christianity, but we may discover surprising openings for the gospel.


Neopaganism's Bewitching Charms, Part 2 of 3
The movement rejects Christianity, but we may discover surprising openings for the gospel.


Neopaganism's Bewitching Charms, Part 3 of 3
The movement rejects Christianity, but we may discover surprising openings for the gospel.


From the Archives: The Shepherd
Zwingli's Historic Reformation Sermon

St. Augustine: Did You Know…

St. Augustine: From the Publisher

Augustine on Astrology

Augstine's Life and Times


St. Augustine: Christian History Timeline

St. Augustine: A Gallery of Augustine's Influences

True-Life Confessions: The Precedent-Setting Revelations of Augustine's Restless Heart
Our hearts are restless until they find their peace in you.


Fighting Isms and Schisms

From the Archives: A Translation of Bishop Oldrad's Letter to Emperor Charlemagne

Early Church Women and Heresy
Of course not only women were attracted to the heretical sects that diverged from early church orthodoxy, but women were prominent in their leadership and teachings. Why might this have been?


325 The First Council of Nicea
At stake in the church's first general council was the simplest, yet most profound, question: Who is Jesus Christ?


386 Augustine Converts to Christianity
A brilliant, profligate professor of rhetoric became the church's leading theologian for centuries to come.

461 The Council of Chalcedon
If Jesus was truly God, how could he be truly human as well? Leo the Great helped guide a critical council to a clear answer.




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