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Presbyterian Roots of North Korean Ice Hockey

Presbyterian Roots of North Korean Ice Hockey

In 1933 American and Korean hockey teams met in Pyongyang, North Korea on the frozen Taedong River. 

A Visual Meditation on Lent

A Visual Meditation on Lent

 
"Hunger and Healing" examines the longing of Lent through expansive California deserts. [Watch Now].
 

The Origins of Lent

The Origins of Lent

 
The tradition of Lent can be traced back to the 2nd century. During this season, new Christians would prepare for baptism through fasting and study. By the year 325 AD, the time of preparation had been extended to 40 days and entire congregations practiced Lenten disciplines as a sign of Christian discipleship. Church consensus determined that the Lenten period of renewal should correspond to Christ’s forty-day fast. These Christians counted forty days back from Easter (excluding Sundays), to determine the time frame of the Lenten journey.
 

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Christian Theological Seminary.Sermon Helps

 
 
Looking for more online resources to assist in your preaching? These Centers and Projects offer excellent resources and gateways into more resources to help with your own sermon method, your own sermon preparation.
 
 

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Accepting Religious Diversity

What do Europeans think about religious diversity? The Perception and Acceptance of Religious Diversity survey is one of the largest representative surveys to date on religious plurality in Europe. It captures the... read more >

The Impact of the Bible on Religious Freedom

The Impact of the Bible on Religious Freedom

Religion News Service National Reporter Adelle Banks narrates a walk through the Impact of the Bible gallery at the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. This section includes discussions of religious freedom and slavery and images of Billy Graham and the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. [Watch Video from Religion News]. 

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Wabash Center For Teaching And Learning In Theology And Religion

Wabash Center For Teaching And Learning In Theology And Religion: The Wabash Center supports teachers of religion and theology in higher education through meetings and workshops, grants, a journal and other resources to make accessible the scholarship of teaching and learning.  
 

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The Power of Questions

"Questioning is a uniquely powerful tool for unlocking value in organizations: It spurs learning and the exchange of...

Churches - Buildings and Congregations, 5 Do's & Don't

A church is both building and people, bricks and mortals. First came the attendance decline among mortals; a...

Only 91 percent of Men Think Killing is Wrong

Keeping the Sabbath was the least popular of the commandments among religious “nones,” with 20 percent saying it is...

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