Don Fortner’s Funeral Service

Pastor Don Fortner has had a huge impact on me over the years and although I'll miss downloading and listening to his current sermons he has gone to better place. He has fallen asleep in the Lord after running a faithful race. The funeral service can be watched or listened to here: https://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=53202038335383 A video … Continue reading Don Fortner’s Funeral Service

The Trinity

In the first chapter of Genesis we are taught this truth in the loftiest way possible, and elsewhere, too, it is expressed most gloriously in word and song. He speaks, and it is done; He commands, and it stands fast (Ps. 33:9). He sends out His word, and melts the morsels of ice (Ps. 147:18). … Continue reading The Trinity

FREE Summa Theologica Audio

Description: The Summa Theologica (or the Summa Theologiae or simply the Summa, written between 1265–1274) is the most famous work of Thomas Aquinas, even though it was never finished. It was intended as a manual for beginners and a compilation of all of the main theological teachings of that time. It summarizes the reasoning for … Continue reading FREE Summa Theologica Audio

The Traditionalist!

Survey says!?! (take the worldview quiz here) Quote: Thank you for taking the worldview test! The test is based on extensive academic research and has been shown to generate fairly consistent results. You can find more information about the research here. Here are your results: The worldview you identify with most is called traditional. Out of 17 … Continue reading The Traditionalist!

O Jerusalem

Baruch 5:1-9 5Take off the garment of your sorrow and affliction, O Jerusalem, and put on for ever the beauty of the glory from God. 2 Put on the robe of the righteousness that comes from God; put on your head the diadem of the glory of the Everlasting; 3 for God will show your splendour everywhere under heaven. 4 For God … Continue reading O Jerusalem

The Lament of Hermes

I thought this was interesting. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4Kou9TGdi8 Translated from the Latin the Greek having been lost: Trismegistus: "Do you not know, Asclepius, that Egypt is an image of heaven, or, to speak more exactly, in Egypt all the operations of the powers which rule and work in heaven have been transferred to earth below? Nay, it … Continue reading The Lament of Hermes