11:16 PM PST on Thursday, November 20, 2008
By Jesse Jones/King 5 News
SEATTLE - Pastor Tony Morris is known as a man of God.
"He was a dynamic speaker, seemed to preach the word of God, he seemed to have a real solid message," said Emery Tungsvick.
by James Jacob Prasch
It has been brought to our attention that Stephen Sizer addressed an open letter to myself (Jacob Prasch) on his website. In the interests of anyone of honest intent who may have seen it I thereforeÃ‚ publicly submit this open reply.Ã‚
by James Jacob Prasch
Does his obvious biblical ignorance actually eclipse even his religious hypocrisy and revisionist pseudo-scholarship on behalf of radical Islam and his anti Israel ecumenical eastern catholic partners?
By Mike Oppenheimer
Let Us Reason
Who is willing to follow the blind leading the blind?
Benny Hinn has a reputation to some as a miracle man, a man who moves in the supernatural, who sees miracles on a regular basis. But to others, he is a reputed false teacher.
by Gregory R Reid
Moriel agrees with the content and thrust of this particular article. This should not be interpreted as an implied endorsement however of everything the author and his ministry believe in other areas.
(Note: Some of these warnings were first written in an article I wrote called "The Trojan Horse.") This article is an updated understanding based on the current conditions (2007) within the evangelical church in the Western world - G.R.)
By Chris Hastings, Patrick Hennessy and Sean Rayment
The Asian tsunami disaster should make all Christians question the existence of God, Dr Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, writes in The Telegraph today.
What's going on in there?
Satan's goal is for deception, the leaven of apostasy, and the destruction of God's work!
Thursday, January 10 12:57 pm
LONDON (AFP) - Eyebrows were raised in the House of Commons on Thursday when a motion calling for the Church of England to be disestablished was listed with the number 666, symbol of the AntiChrist.
To Whom It May Concern
Christian Greetings in The Risen Lord.
I am grateful to have been copied this as I am named in it, and therefore I assume I have a right to cordially respond.
While I speak only for myself, it appears that there is a misunderstanding of my position and that of Pastor Philip Powell and of Brother Ed Barclay. I use the term " misunderstanding" intentionally as a matter of Christian grace. If I were to use the term "misrepresentation", that in effect would implicitly convey the charge of deliberate lying, and I hope this is not the case.
May 14, 2007 2:04 PM
by The Washington DC Examiner Newspaper
|An automatic wudu washer, |
shown here on a promotional
brochure manufactured by
Worldwide, has come under
scrutiny as many public
institutions have approved
their use paying for their
installation through tax-
funded dollars while turning
down other religious groups
to install equipment to follow
their own faith and
"The principle of separation of church and state in tax-funded institutions has been upheld in more than a dozen Supreme Court rulings. As a result, overtly religious symbols of mainstream religions such as Nativity scenes, the Ten Commandments and menorahs have largely been banished from the public square on the grounds that they offend unbelievers.