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Archive for May, 2007

Iraq: An Assault on Assyrian Christians

Thursday, May 10th, 2007

Iraqi Christians are facing serious persecution from Islamic radicals. Neither the Iraqi government nor the American forces seem to be able to protect them. Thousands have left their homes and fled the country and many churches have closed. Read all the details in the following news story: “A militant Islamic group in Iraq recently issued […]

What Do Mormons Really Believe? -About The Bible

Sunday, May 6th, 2007

The Bible is only one of the books that Mormons recognize as scripture. They believe in the Bible as it was originally written and have doubts about its present form and the modern translations. In “The Articles of Faith”, which is about as close as the LDS get to an official creed, number 8 addresses […]

Book Review- “On The Move”

Saturday, May 5th, 2007

By Bono (Nashville, Tenn: W Publishing Group, Thomas Nelson, Inc., 2006, 60 pgs.) As you first begin to turn the pages you immediately realize that somehow this little book is very different than anything you have ever read before. On the ‘Endorsements’ page you find Billy Graham, Nelson Mandela, President Clinton, Archbishop TuTu, an ‘aids […]

National Day of Prayer (USA)

Thursday, May 3rd, 2007

Today is the day to pray for our land (USA). I believe that It is important for all Christians to unite in prayer today over the spiritual condition of this country and to seek Revival and a spiritual awakening for our land and people. With thousands praying, today would be a great time for the […]

Religious Bigotry Vs. The Supreme Court (USA)

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007

The recent Supreme Court (USA) decision against partial birth abortion has brought out the worst kind of religious bigotry. I call it the ‘worst kind’ because there simply is no real evidence to suggest that religion played any role in the decision handed down by five of the nine justices on the court. Yet the […]