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Wed Jul 23, 2014
by Mark Hallock
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Tue Jul 22, 2014
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by Mark Driscoll
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Tue Jul 15, 2014
7 things you might not know about St. Patrick
Nothing to do with beer.
- He was one of the greatest missionaries who ever lived.
- He considered himself “a sinner, a most simple countryman, the least of all the faithful, and most contemptible to many.”
- He was actually more of a blue man (not sad, but the color), than a green one.
- As a teenager, he was stolen from his home and sold into slavery for six years in Ireland. He would later return to preach the gospel there.
- Satan attacked him violently in his sleep to the point where he couldn’t move.
- Legend has it that he contextualized and used shamrocks (an already-sacred symbol in Ireland) to teach people about the Trinity.
- He begged God to grant him to die a martyr’s death, even if it meant being torn limb from limb by dogs or pecked to death by birds. (Maybe St. Patrick inspired Alfred Hitchcock?)
The Confession of St. Patrick, by St. Patrick
“St. Patrick: One of the Greatest Missionaries Who Ever Lived,” by Mark Driscoll
“Get to Know St. Patrick,” by Mark Driscoll
“Happy St. Patrick’s Day,” by Amy Hall
“What Evangelicals Can Learn from St. Patrick,” by Russell Moore