Topic: religion

5 years ago

Morality and Gambling

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How do we as a constitutionally proclaimed Christian nation even consider it acceptable to legally sanction gambling? What could possibly be our reasoning?

5 years ago

The Altar Rail and Kneeling

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The present option or permission of receiving Holy Communion standing and in the hand has largely contributed to a crisis of faith and a loss of the sense of the sacred.

5 years ago

A Dark Cloud On The Horizon

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Laws are constantly being changed or newly introduced in order to satisfy the will of citizens in lieu of and without respect for the “natural moral law”. This can only lead to anarchy.

5 years ago

The Power Of A Christian Name

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Secularism and moral relativism has swept away stable cultural references, and with the rapid transformation of society more parents are naming their children whatever suits their fancy.

5 years ago

Women’s Religious Orders

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The Vatican recently initiated a major reform of women’s religious in America, meant to ensure nuns’ fidelity to Catholic teaching in areas including abortion, euthanasia, women’s ordination and homosexuality.

5 years ago

Why Is Peace So Illusive?

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One of the most common words spoken in the world today is the word “peace”. Yet everywhere we look we are surrounded not by the tranquility of order but by violence and terror. Why?

5 years ago

Namby-Pamby Government Urged To Speak Up

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President of the Bahamas Christian Council urged the spineless, cowardly leaders of the country to state their positions on the legalization of gambling and take responsibility on the issue.

5 years ago

The Quality of Mercy

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Mark David Chapman, who shot and killed former Beatle John Lennon 32 years ago, will have his seventh parole hearing this week. If justice were not tempered with mercy none of us would see salvation.

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