The Mid Atlantic Reformation Society Presents…
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An “Old Fashioned Election Day Sermon”
Sunday, November 6, 2011, 7:00 P.M.
In colonial days it was common practice for Christian preachers to preach an “election day sermon” on the occasion of public elections.
These sermons were not partisan politics…they were Biblical sermons to boldly and unapologetically remind citizens of the duties of civil officials, and the duties of citizens to uphold Godly government at the polling place. Now there is an opportunity to experience the kind of preaching that our forefathers heard on these occasions.
As Christians we highly value liberty and independence. We invite you to hear Pastor Paul Michael Raymond expound these principles from a deeply Biblical perspective in his message: Tyranny, Independence, or Liberty under God? Understanding these principles is crucial in the times we face.
In addition to the exciting Biblical sermon, there will be hymn singing and a time of fellowship. A free will offering will be received.
Location: The Inn at Reading, 1040 North Park Road, Wyomissing, PA.
Pastor Paul Michael Raymond began his pilgrimage in 1985 when Christ called him from the heretical teachings of the Roman Catholic Church to the orthodox faith of Biblical Christianity. In mid 1998, Pastor Paul established the Reformed Bible Church in Central Virginia at Appomattox which continues the Scriptural “Sola” tradition of Reformation Theology and practice, with a strong emphasis upon the Christian Cultural Mandate of Genesis 1:28 to subdue and take dominion over the earth. He is a graduate of Whitefield Theological Seminary, holds a Masters degree from Whitefield, and a doctorate from Almeda Theological University. Pastor Paul is also the founder of The Institute for Theonomic Reformation and the New Geneva Christian Leadership Academy.
The Mid Atlantic Reformation Society is dedicated to teaching and encouraging Christians to apply Biblical principles to ALL of life, emphasizing the necessity to think and act Biblically in the civil and cultural realms.