Letter To District Presbytery Dated: February 4, 2005
Dear Brother Presbyter,
Greetings in Christ.Ã‚ Since I have had no direct communication with the presbytery since the fateful meeting on December 15, 2004 this letter is probably long overdue. It is intended to be very honest and forthright, so my statements will be very straightforward without apology. It will also provide an accurate written record of at least some events from December 15th until now. What I have to say will, I hope, surprise and perhaps shock some of you as you may not have heard some of the things I will mention. However, you need to know my heart which has never been fully expressed.
By Allie Martin
(AgapePress) - A Florida county will have to revamp its land use ordinance after the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals found the law not only too vague but also in violation of a federal statute.
by Paul Proctor
One of the real hot topics among evangelicals today is the James Dobson led movement calling for Christians to remove their children from the government's humanist school system.
Neither CNN cable news or Veri-chip are strangers to controversy. Saudi led Islamic investment in CNN's parent company TIME WARNER AOL has led to speculation that such influence accounts for the often anti-American, anti-Israel and pro Moslem bias at CNN.
By Hans Zeiger
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Vatican City, Jun 13, 2008 / 05:50 pm (CNA).- Today as President Bush and Pope Benedict XVI met at the Vatican, the English newspaper, The Telegraph reported thatÃ‚ Bush may be considering converting to Catholicism at the end of his presidential term.
The Telegraph indicated that various Italian newspapers have been commenting on the news, especially Il Foglio.
Il Foglio explains that the circulating rumors could be correct: 'anything is possible, especially for someone reborn like Bush." Ã‚ Yet, similar to former Prime Minister Tony Blair, 'if anything happens, it will happen after he finishes his period as president, not before. It is similar to Blair's case, but with different circumstances.'