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Sunni Arabs “Israel’s Allies.”

Sep 14, 2017 No Comments by

In an Opinion piece for the Jerusalem Post (January 24, 2016) Seth J Frantzman wrote: “On January 21 Sudanese foreign minister Ibrahim Ghandour said at a conference that “the matter of normalized relations with Israel is something that can be looked into.”

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Righteousness the Key

Oct 11, 2016 No Comments by

As I attempt to follow the R-rated activities of the US presidential elections, I find myself asking, ‘How did they get to this?’ How can students charged with this campaign as a study subject, emerge confident or assured of their future? Will either candidate deliver anything other than their ego to the White House? The […]

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Clinton-Trump Flawed? Me Too!

Oct 09, 2016 No Comments by

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, in the US presidential race share one thing, negativity ratings north of fifty percent. It is hard to understand how either became their party candidate. Personally, I follow US politics closely maybe because of the years I spent reporting news in Israel. America with its superpower status effects nations all […]

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The 2030 Agenda One World Government

Sep 29, 2016 No Comments

This time last year the United Nations approved The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It introduced ‘a new universal agenda’ for all mankind. (In other words, a scheduled approach to one world government). Among those who gave endorsement to the programme were US President Barak Obama and Pope Francis. The plan bypasses US Congress and […]

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I Spy with My Little Eye

Sep 21, 2016 No Comments

“Come on in. Make yourself comfortable but please be careful my TV and the computer are both listening and recording every word.” No I am not joking! The Berkman Centre for Internet and Society at Harvard released a report to warn consumers that many smart home devices have spying capabilities. Do you remember the movie […]

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Muslim Academics, Call Time on Terror!

Aug 02, 2016 1 Comment

We may be witnessing a revolution. Out of the recent spate of bloodshed and terror a movement of hope is emerging. French Muslim leaders refused to bury priest-killer Adel Kermiche after he murdered 86 years old priest Father Jacques Hamel last July. Mohammed Karabila, president of the local Muslim cultural association and imam at the […]

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Do We Hang Out Jesus Style?

Jul 31, 2016 No Comments

In 1988 Floyd McClung and Kalafi Moala wrote a book “Nine Worlds to Win.” They emphasized evangelism into the worlds of Islam, Buddhism, Communism with a chapter on Nominal Christians. “We live in neighborhoods, towns and cities where thousands of nominal Christians also live. Perhaps our next door neighbours are nominal Christians. Are we concerned […]

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Faith Triumphs

Jul 25, 2016 No Comments

Believers were first called Christians in Antioch, Turkey (Acts Chapter 11, verse 26). It was the appropriate place. Antioch was the homebase for missionary journeys by Paul. Theologians believe Antioch was where the Gospel of Matthew was written. It was home for the martyred Bishop Ignatius, the eloquent preacher John Chrysostom and among the teachers […]

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Cop Killers: Power of the Tongue

Jul 20, 2016 No Comments

Years ago I interviewed a young man who faced a murder charge. “I don’t know what the fuss is about, I only killed a wog,” he told me. (‘Wog’ was a derogatory term used to describe a foreigner). A day later I interviewed his father. “I don’t know what the fuss is about he only killed […]

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Confronting with Love

Jul 19, 2016 No Comments

God is love. We have heard it, said it, read it, sang it over and over, a thousand times but what does it mean? It’s easy to say whether we love coffee, or Vegemite, football or the beach. Churches, indeed Christians like you and me, are struggling to let ‘our little light shine.’ We manage […]

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