Crisis of Belief Scripture Let the wicked one abandon his way, and the sinful one his thoughts; let him return to the Lord, so He may have compassion on him, and to our God, for He will freely forgive. Isaiah 55:7, HCSB Thought You face a crisis of belief when you know what God wants … Continue reading
KINGSTON, Jamaica CSME Network - The 44-year-old United Theological College of the West Indies (UTCWI) has appointed its first female president. She is the Rev. Dr. Marjorie Angela Lewis, who takes up her post on August 1, 2010. The Rev. Dr. Marjorie Angela Lewis Rev. Dr. Lewis will be responsible for guiding the institution in … Continue reading
Truthtelling Value At work, it’s not always what we say but what we don’t say. To be fully truthful sometimes requires us to admit to others our feelings, which might not seem acceptable. Proverbs raises up the value of truthfulness, which, if communicated properly, deepens our relationships, especially with our closest colleagues. He who conceals … Continue reading
Doing God’s Will “God is spirit, and those who worship Him must worship in spirit and truth.” John 4:34, HCSB God has given you the freedom of taking your best stab at life, of spreading out your own map, striking out on your own instincts, and finding your own way to the land of meaning and … Continue reading
Life is a Mystery Scripture For who knows what is good for man in life, in the few days of his futile life that he spends like a shadow? Who can tell man what will happen after him under the sun? (Ecclesiastes 6:12, HCSB) Thought Ecclesiastes always comes to the same conclusion: life is a … Continue reading
The Satanic Strategy The Devil had already put it into the heart of Judas… to betray Him. JOHN 13:2, HCSB The “fiery darts” of the Devil are quite different from the thoughts that are generated by our carnal nature. These “fiery darts” come at us rather than from within us. A satanic attack can usually be … Continue reading
Over the centuries, billions of people have fallen prey to religion run amok. How many Jews and Gypsies suffered in Nazi concentration camps while churches in Germany turned their heads? How many people were murdered in the Crusades during the middle ages–in the name of God?
Some religious leaders seem to tell us that we’re not smart enough or good enough to discover God on our own. Who says?
If God is good and perfect, why is there so much evil and suffering in the world?
How can anyone rely on the Bible for answers, if it’s just a loose translation of ancient myths anyway?
How can we trust a religion that has advocated slavery and the subjugation of women throughout history?
These are serious questions-hot potatoes that nobody wants to touch. So I wrote a 7-day course called “The Seven Great Lies of Organized Religion.” Continue reading
email@example.com Contact: +44(0)7942 461373 +44 (0)7954 711415 “The priority in Christian mission is to witness to the love of Jesus Christ for all the world,” Prof. Dana L. Robert of Boston University told a Friday press briefing at the Edinburgh 2010 conference on world Christianity. “The mystery of salvation is not ours to know,” she added, yet … Continue reading
Contact: + 41 22 791 6153 +41 79 507 6363 firstname.lastname@example.org For immediate release: 04 June 2010 The WCC general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit meeting with the Rev. Dr Young-Hoon Lee, Senior Pastor of the Yoido Full Gospel Church, South Korea. The Rev. Dr Young-Hoon Lee, Senior Pastor of the Yoido Full Gospel Church … Continue reading
For immediate release: 04 June 2010 The Catholic delegation to Edinburgh 2010 is led by Bishop Brian Farrell of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity. Pope Benedict XVI has sent a formal greeting to delegates, visitors and staff attending the Edinburgh 2010 anniversary event commemorating the World Missionary Conference held at Edinburghin June 1910. The pontiff of the Roman … Continue reading