One can almost hear Jesus saying to the peaceful and benevolent pope: “If the world hates you, remember that it hated me first” (John 15:18).
Pope Benedict XVI announced that he will resign Feb. 28 due to poor health, ending eight years as head of the world’s Catholics. He is the first pope to resign in 600 years.
As yet another testament to the West’s rapid slide into decadence, the House of Commons recently voted to approve a bill legalizing same-sex marriage in Britain.
Hundreds of thousands of people thronged the United States’ National Mall on Friday to protest abortion and call for overturning the 40-year-old landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision.
Let us hope that Obama will be moved by the grace of God in his second term to hear the genuine voice of conscience and that he will desist from his political mission in destroying the very soul of America.
I do not plan to participate in this Gambling Referendum election process but if I do decide to do so, I will vote NO… because of what the Bible says about gambling or “casting lots”.
Christmas is a season of universal festivity. Even non-believers perceive something extraordinary and transcendental about the Christmas season.
Bishop Simeon Hall criticized The Bahamas Christian Council for its stance on the gambling issue and suggested the organization concentrate on something other than its “Vote No” campaign.
Rev Laish Boyd urges Anglicans to be aware of what is involved in the legalisation of the numbers business. Read about it, seek information about it, discuss it, think and pray about it.