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St. Patrick/One of the Most Significant

Ireland – The Land that Patrick Won as a Jewel for Messiah’s St. Patrick’s Day has been widely known and celebrated in the West for over a thousand years, but very few people realize the great lessons the life of St. Patrick offers us today. At the age of...

The Power of Studying the Bible

The Bible has the power to transform our way of thinking, to set us free from the law of sin and death, and to purge us from any dogma that has infected our way of thinking. The Bible is a place we can encounter the Living Christ as He breathes His transforming Word...

Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death!

Treason! Treason! shouted many of the delegates in the Virginia House of Burgesses as Patrick Henry made his speech against the British Stamp Act, which levied a tax on every piece of paper in the houses of American colonists to support the British troops on the...

The Symbol of the Stag in Medieval Art

From the Aspe Mosaic in the Dome over the Altar in the Basilica of San Clemente in Rome, The Stag comes to us out of the Scriptures and from the Christian symbology of the Middle Ages. The image of the Stag, who is a relentless enemy of the snake, mysteriously arises...

The Symbol of the Stag in Medieval England

The White Stag appears in this medieval devotional panel which is called the Wilton Diptych, named for the family that eventually owned it after King Richard II, died. It is one of the most elegant medieval panels to survive from Medieval England. A diptych is a panel...