from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Those sections of the United States, especially in the South and Middle West, where Protestant fundamentalism is widely practiced.


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  • Red Letter Christians believe in the doctrines of the Apostle's Creed, are convinced that the Scriptures have been inspired by the Holy Spirit, and make having a personal transforming relationship with the resurrected Christ the touchtone of their faith.

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  • St. John the Apostle's original structure was built in 1878 and seated 150 to 200 people.

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  • The Apostle's "no" is clear and also convincing for anyone who observes the "logic" of our world.

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  • The Apostle's intention is to highlight the universal scope of salvation in Christ.

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  • The prayers are an Apostle's Creed followed by three Our Fathers, followed by this thirteen times:

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  • Draw authority from the teaching and doctrines of the Apostles, study them in light of the original Hebrew Scripture, and interpret according to the Apostle's preaching, according to their early creeds.

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  • From the Apostle's Creed: "I believe in the Holy catholic church," that is, the church universal.

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  • For this we have to look at he who was there at the Earthquake of Arabia written of in the Acts of the Apostle's as whenSaul the Persecutor of the Believerswho became Paul the Defender of the Believers; that Great Earthquake felt on the Road to Sham he fell off hismount; and his companions scattered; as on the Road toDamascus in Syria; that is written of in the New Testament.

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  • To speak of this I will have to reveal a little more of myself to broach such a sensitive subject; but suffice to say that he who reaches the Grail reaches Perfection; as the Lamb said to his disciples and the Apostle's among them;

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  • Jewish friend who does not share his "belief" in the trinity, the virgin birth, or the resurrection, to take a few of the attestations that the congregant makes routinely when he recites the Apostle's Creed.

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