- Art That Mocks Faith: Is It a Freedom of Speech or Slander? By:-Deborah Hall Branch
What I don’t understand, I examine, investigate, search, and soon find the factual disclosure before the judgment of someone or something. Otherwise, the ugly organism called mockery is birthed from the lack of understanding and knowing. Religion is a practice of anyone who does something more than twenty-one days. Those who are Christians don’t practice Christianity, they live it.
My religion use to be Hershey with almonds, while someone else depended on prescription medication religiously. Speaking for my self as a Christian, and not a “fanatic” freedom is what you will it to be. Personally, when we attack what we call “religion,” we’re only attacking our personal habits and they have no relevance to freedom, the freedom Christ has given us.
- WILL EVOLUTION CRUSH YOUR KIDS? PART ONE By:-Eugene Lopatynsky
Eighty percent of Christians in universities lose their faith. DO YOU WANT THE ANTIDOTE? “The Theory of Evolution changed us from a Christian to a pagan nation”, according to a host of observers. Evolutionary propaganda, coupled with temptations, will in reality, most likely, crush the FAITH of your kids.
- The Arrogance and Hypocrisy of the West By:-Max Aplin
In Western countries today great sins are condoned and widely practised. These include homosexual practice and various types of child abuse. However, despite their sins, Western countries arrogantly and hypocritically judge other parts of the world. We can be sure that those involved in these things are on track for severe punishment from God.
- Trado-christianity In Contemporary Africa By:-Femi Omotoyinbo
Christianity is an exotic religion on the African soil but it has fully permeated Africa. The movements of westerners into Africa, in response to the exigencies of globalization and/or the great commission [Mark 16:20], mark the beginnings of Christianity in Africa. But the establishment of Christianity in Africa is more of fortuity than convention for it was not a direct result of missionary acts. It is thus plausible for a religion that is acquired through diverse methods to enjoy diverse perceptions and practices. Trado-christianity is an example of those diverse perceptions and practices in Africa. It might lack linguistic existence, but its practicability has forced it into the glossary of religious labels.
- AMAZING GRACE, AMAZING MIRACLE By:-Femi Omotoyinbo
The Union Jack gave the zeal to our subtle neighbours.
To the faithfuls of whom that said to have been ordered to fight against people until they
testify that there is no god but his and he is the messenger...and we've got no more life to
live in this killing.
We cleaved to the Truth, freed from our labour and heavy yoke. Bitter tears deter our sights
from finding that rest unto our souls.
Our inheritance at the old rugged Cross has been made a snare unto us.
Will our Creator watch fate ruin our faith?
(This is about the current incessant killings of Christians in Nigeria).
- Pretending to Love Jason Collins By:-Kevin Probst
Why are so many coming out to support Jason Collin's decision to come out of the closet regarding his sexuality. This article explores their motives and commends one willing to tell the truth in love.
- America in Crisis By:-Kevin Probst
The dark clouds on the horizon are a warning that America is in crisis. God is merciful and full of grace. He wants to save us. He wants to spare us. But he is also a just God and he must eventually answer the call of the innocents for justice. Pray for America.
- Now That Obama Has Been Reelected By:-Sylvia Huffnagle
Now that Obama has been given a second term I foresee doom for America. I am going to make some predictions. They will be based on past history--if certain things go into effect, certain outcomes may be expected--and on what President Obama and his cohorts have done so far.
- What Should Christians Make of Warnings about Global Warming? By:-Max Aplin
A large majority of climate scientists tell us that the earth’s atmosphere is getting warmer and that this will lead to increased droughts, floods and storms. They tell us too that this is a problem we can do something about. There is nothing obviously anti-Christian about the science behind these assertions, and it seems highly likely that they are correct. Extreme weather events lead to widespread death and devastation in poor parts of the world. We should take heed of the warnings and advice being given.
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