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About newenglandsun

A student. Male. Passionate. Easily offended. Child-like wonderer. Growing in faith, messing up daily.

One bad night for abortion and one good night for America

The results of the midterm elections for the United States are still coming in and it looks like that McSally will eventually defeat Sinema, Scott will win his recount against Nelson, and Hyde-Smith will win her special election run-off which … Continue reading

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Why isn’t this sport more watched?

https://www.rt.com/sport/441089-beach-handball-bikini-controversy/ Says the typical lecher about the subject of the sport known as beach handball. It is basically handball but played on a beach surface rather than on a court. The league that oversees the promotion of the sport is … Continue reading

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Modalism and the Oneness of God…

Modalists are often times difficult to discuss the Trinity with. I have had experiences with them which have led to a totally blocked conversation. Reiterating certain texts over and over and refusing to look at other texts. I was a … Continue reading

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The Benedict Option–Rod Dreher

The Benedict Option is a book that had been the center of much debate over the past year since it was released in 2017. Of course, conservative Christians seemed to mistake the premise of the book (probably from the odious … Continue reading

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Out of the Ashes–Anthony Esolen

Out of the Ashes: Rebuilding American Culture is a highly prophetic book by Prof. Anthony Esolen. The book is revealing in terms of how much American culture has deteriorated in its repudiation of social norms and Christian morality. But it … Continue reading

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Finding the early church… (pt. 2–the ecclesiastical structure)

Not much is known for certain about the ecclesiastical structure of the early Church. It is argued by the Catholic and Orthodox Churches that the apostles had initially chosen from among the early church men endowed with authority from the … Continue reading

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Eucharist–a sacrifice?

A huge point of conflict between Protestants, Catholics, and Orthodox is the theological doctrine concerning the Eucharist. The Eucharist is the meal that Jesus shared with his disciples at Passover. He breaks the bread, gives it to his disciples, says … Continue reading

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