|Ravenangel Webring (20 Sites, 44 Hits) 02/27/2004 ravenangel
The Ravenangel Webring aims at recollecting the essential truth revealed in Jesus Christ, and understood by the Apostles and the Early Church, that Divine Love is both True God and, therefore, True Life (1 John 5:20). Any website that is congruent with this theological understanding is welcome to join in this creative endeavor to express the Good News that God is wholly Love (1 John 4:16).
|Mid-Acts Dispensational (6 Sites, 59 Hits) 05/31/2000 deleted
Dispensationalists believe the church is not Spiritual Israel, neither do we partake of Israel's covenants. Instead, the church is a separate entity called the body of Christ.
In addition, MID-Acts Dispensationalists also believe: 1. The dispensation of grace was given to Paul alone (1 Cor. 9:17; Eph. 3:2; Col. 1:25). 2. Neither water baptism or tongues are relevant today (1 Cor. 1:17, 12:13, 13:8, 14:21-22; Is. 28:11). 3. Only Paul's epistles are written to us today.
|Searching For God (6 Sites, 429 Hits) 11/20/2001 system2
This ring wants to reach others for the gospel of Jesus Christ and encourage people who are already Christians.
|Gospel of Light: Gospel of the Nazarenes (5 Sites, 69 Hits) 11/06/2003 system2
What did the scriptures look like before being corrupted by Pagan Rome? The Pure Living Gospel Message is a guidebook to how we must live and think in order to walk in TheWay and enter the Kingdom within. The Gospel of Light -- Nazarenes provides the spiritual tools necessary to know and prove the Truth through our own spiritual experiences as we enter the Living Temple built without the hands of men, and dwell in the presence of the Lord, learning the mysteries of the Most High directly from the One True Teacher and Revealer of Light.
|History of the Christian Church - Church History WebRing (4 Sites, 28 Hits) 01/11/2004 vaszary
Welcoming webpages which deal with history of the Christian Church and related themes. Including Old Testament Culture and pages on the surrounding near east customs and traditions. Any subject that would have an impact on the history of the Christian Church, from ancient time to modern day is welcomed to join this ring, with their webpage(s).
|Defenders of the Church (7 Sites, 11 Hits) 02/21/2001 cityofgod
A Ring for messageboards and websites that proclaim the good news of Christ Jesus our Lord, through His Spirit in the Church. The goal of the webring is to be an ecumenical and interfaith ring. We invite all Christian churches to join us; non-Christian religions are also very much welcome to join in peaceful co-existence. Defenders of the Church takes on Christ's role to be good shepherds - offering their life daily in self-sacrificing ways for the benefit of the flock, preserving and protecting them from death and dangers in all its various forms.
|Theological Reflection (7 Sites, 483 Hits) 01/23/2004 wizanda
The experiences of humans are of different kinds. One of such experiences is God experience. This webring is to gather together all those who reflect on God in human beings and express their reflection adequately. Do you seek God and reflect in your own way on the life-related implications of your God-encounter? Join in this ring and experience God and express it to others.
|Mars Hill Webring (10 Sites, 16 Hits) 07/21/2000 confiteor_deo
Christian sites. Find testimony, devotions and apologetics for followers of Christ from various denominations and churches.
|De Volle Evangelie Nederland (3 Sites, 30 Hits) 11/21/2002 adoptable
De WebRing bevat verschillende Nederlands-talige sites; alle toegewijd aan het Volle Evangelie: Jezus Christus is Heer en Hij zal met zijn volk: de gemeente, voor eeuwig Heersen op zijn troon als Koning der Koningen en Heer der Heren.
|Labarum Network (2 Sites, 10 Hits) 08/17/2002 wr__tj
The Labarum Network contains websites that promote and defend historic Christianity as expressed in Holy Scripture, the Church Fathers and the Ecumenical Councils. There have been no denominational prerequisites, although the historic Churches (Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Assyrian Church of the East) and those Protestant Churches with a magisterial outlook (Anglican, Lutheran, and some Reformed) would more likely align themselves with this view. Member sites are encouraged to recognize all Christians who recognize the doctrines expressed in the Creed as brothers and sisters in Christ and express any theological disagreements in a civil manner.