Undying loyalty Read Ahead: Job 13:13-16 Even if He kills me, I will hope in Him. Job 13:15, HCSB How deep does your loyalty to God go? Is there a pretty clear line in the sand that you won’t go beyond? Would you stay faithful to him no matter what happened to you or what he asked … 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
Crisis in Uzebekistan FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact Information: Marion Kim, Press Secretary. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Sylvia Soon, Chief of Staff. E-mail: email@example.com” The Religious Liberty Commission of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) express serious concern over the recent developments in Uzbekistan where a church was raided by police without a warrant, seizing property and detaining eight church members and subsequently imposing jail terms … Continue reading
JOHN KNOX – AND THE REFORMATION IN SCOTLAND As the books of Martin Luther, and Tyndale’s translation of the New Testament, entered Scotland, they were received with great interest. Students at St. Andrews University began to take their faith seriously. Patrick Hamilton, a student at St. Andrews, wrote a book that was condemned as heretical. … Continue reading
One of the distinctive features of Baptist church life is our practice of Christian Baptism. We follow the New Testament pattern of baptising those who have come to personal faith in Jesus Christ – this is commonly known as Believer’s Baptism and is normally by total immersion in water. (Note: Some people wrongly think Baptists practice Adult … Continue reading
Blow the Trumpet! A Call for Repentance and Prayer Joel 2 Global Day of Prayer, 23 May 2010 7 Days to go 217 Countries DAY 4: SUNDAY, 16 MAY 2010 TRANSFORM! …and may your will be done on earth as it is in heaven… Praise be to Your Name, O God of the heavens, forever … Continue reading
Grenada’s Prime Minister Tillman Thomas. *Photo credit: connect.in.com ST GEORGE’S, Grenada, CMC – The main opposition New National Party (NNP) on Monday questioned the decision of the Tillman Thomas administration to cancel this year’s national thanksgiving service, the main activity to observe the anniversary of the invasion by United States marines. The NNP said it … Continue reading
MESSAGE FROM PRIME MINISTER HON. TILLMAN THOMAS ON THE COMMEMORATION OF THANKSGIVING DAY ON OCTOBER 25TH, 2009.October 25 message to churches-Grenada.
Today is Monday, October 19, the 292nd day of 2009. There are 73 days left in the year. Highlights in history on this date: 1765 – The Stamp Act Congress, meeting in New York, draws up a declaration of rights and liberties. 1781 – British troops under Lord Cornwallis surrender at Yorktown, Virginia, ending the … Continue reading
TORONTO, OCTOBER 19, 2009: With the support of the Grenadian Community Organizations, Groups and Individuals in Toronto a memorial took place in remembrance of the many lives lost in Grenada on October 19, 1983. The memorial took place at Our Lady of Good Counsel Caribbean Catholic church on Sunday October 18, 2008 at 11:45 a.m. … Continue reading