The second in a two-part series about intriguing church architecture in our community

First Presbyterian Church in Fargo

Check out Saturday’s Forum for the second in a two-part series on intriguing church buildings in Fargo-Moorhead. Props to The Forum’s Dave Wallis for some very, very nice photography to go along with my story. Read it at: www.inforum.com/event/article/id/279450/

3 thoughts on “The second in a two-part series about intriguing church architecture in our community

  1. Today, Sunday, is PENTECOST. It is the one day of God’s Feasts given in Leviticus 23 that the churches of this world observe as the birthday of the church. It was observed by Israelites as the day God gave the 10 Commandments. Jesus Christ started the church on that day. Now we have the power of God’s holy spirit to keep those commandments (not part of the Godhead. He and Jesus Christ, 2 Gods – John 1:1, get your math right, 1 + 1 + 1 doesn’t equal 3). 2 Gods are both holy and spirit. It’s their power we can receive when we repent of our sins and are baptized.

    Checked Google. No large paper has an article about GOD’S HOLY DAY, observed by a large part of this earth. Thought maybe a North Dakota paper. Nope. So I decided to write one.

  2. There was an article in the Grand Forks Herald about a day celebrating gay pride. Said Fargo has had one for about a decade and Bismarck has had one. I would like to remind those people that God said sodomy is an abomination!

  3. Now Christmas and Easter, pagan to the core, will get press. The Catholic Church gave you those pagan days. God commanded us to keep Passover, Jesus Christ’s DEATH, not his resurrection and birth. In fact, God’s people don’t keep birthdays. Only two in the Bible, both kept by gentiles and both with deaths, one being the greatest man to ever live, John the Baptist.

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