The term "Dunker" refers to an older name for the Brethren, taken from our practice of baptism by trine immersion [that is, baptizing by "dunking" three times under the water].
Monthly Archives: April 2010
BRO. RICHARD H. KNARR, 95, a resident of Peabody Retirement Community of North Manchester, died at 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 6, 2010 at the Hospice Home, Fort Wayne where he was admitted on Saturday. He was born October 29, 1914 … Continue reading
FRONT ROYAL CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN106 West 13th Street, Front Royal, Virginia, will be holding revival services Sunday, April 11, through Tuesday, April 13 with Bro. Jim Myer speaking. Bro. Myer will speak during the Sunday morning worship and during … Continue reading
RUSSELL MOORE REMARKS on a new history of Christianity’s take on cremation. Should Christians be cremated? In a word, “No.” It’s kind of like a Christian temperance advocate frequenting a tavern. See also “What About Cremating the Dead?”
WHEN FOLKS TOUT how great the government is at running things, there’s this. The Census Bureau sends out a letter, telling us to expect the census form. We then, in a separate mailing, get the actual census form. Then a … Continue reading
FROM JOHN MacARTHUR, in his most recent prayer letter: For a Bible teacher, there is no clearer purpose statement or higher calling than the apostle Paul’s words in Romans: “I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the … Continue reading
SO, ACCORDING TO SOVIET ARCHIVES, the KGB did manipulate the World Council of Churches. Nothing new for most people paying attention, but it does make one wonder who the rubes really were. The question is, as the WCC continues its … Continue reading