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30751
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Built in 1734, St. Thomas Episcopal Church is the oldest church in North Carolina and is located in the town of Bath. Reverend John Garzia, the first rector called to serve at the church, brought several gifts to the parish. These gifts, which are still displayed in the church, include royal candelabras, Bibles, and a silver chalice believed to be one of the oldest communion cups in existence.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 42 Issue 7, July 2010, p36, il
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36180
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Answering this question entailed examining the Ancient Christian and pagan origins for a holiday. Noted were the pagan violent roots tamed or Christian influences eliminated through modern day commercialism. From this came the answer: modern day Christians should celebrate the holiday as ancient Christians would have them do.
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36177
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Contemplated was the physical resurrection of Jesus Christ and spiritual resurrection of those who believe in His resurrection. Providing proof that the resurrection of flesh and spirit matters equally was an application of Paul’s letters to the Corinthians, Colossians, and Philippians.
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39460
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The article talks about the Anglican Church, the Quaker Church, St. Thomas Episcopal church at Bath; St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Edenton; and Shiloh Baptist Church in Perquimans County
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