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Press Release on The False Accusation That ECWA Forces Persons, Including Almajiri, To Convert to Christianity
ECWA USA 2022 International Conference July 21 – 24, 2022
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You Can Hear The Voice Of God
Critical Race Theory, Campus Culture, and Reformed Theology
Introducing The Grace Bible
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God’s Final Decision on Human Life
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From Plato to Christ: How Platonic Thought Shaped the Christian Faith
Quantum Computers and CMOS Semiconductors: A Review and Future Predictions
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Gunmen Kill 3 Worshippers, Kidnap 30 in Attacks on Baptist and Catholic Churches in Nigeria

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Critics of Christianity Aren’t So Clever

Critics of Christianity Aren’t So Clever

by Regis Nicoll | In this country the bible was used to justify slavery and then segregation and today

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God the Father

What Does the Bible Say About God as Our Father?

God the Father For this reason I bow my knees before the Father, from whom all fatherhood in heaven and on earth is named” (Eph. 3:14–15). Ultimate reality is not cold, dark, empty space. Ultimate reality is the Father reaching out and gathering in sinners as his own dear children through the grace of Jesus the Son. Graciously, our heavenly […]

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Administrative map Nigeria (Image by UN)

Religious violence in Nigeria for February 2022

Nigeria is estimated to have over 250 ethnic groups and around 500 diverse ethnolinguistic groups. According to 2018 estimates, the main ethnic groups were: Hausa 30 % Yoruba 15.5 % Igbo (Ibo) 15.2 % Fulani 6 % Tiv 2.4 % Kanuri/Beriberi 2.4 % Ibibio 1.8 % Ijaw/Izon 1.8 %, and Those classified as ‘other’ 24.7 %. Islam is the main […]

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How to Handle Criticism

Text: Exodus 17:4 Then Moses cried out to the Lord, “What am I to do with these people? They are almost ready to stone me.” Exodus 17:4 I hate criticism. Don’t you? Is there anything that pierces deeper than a harsh, judgmental word? Periodically I have to stop and readjust my whole outlook. I find there are times when I […]

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Religious violence in Nigeria for January 2022

Religious violence in Nigeria for January 2022

Listed here is Religious violence in Nigeria for the month of January 2022. Religious violence in Nigeria date back to the Kano riot of 1953. It arose out of the visit of a German-born preacher Rev. Reinhardt Bonke, who was invited by a Christian organization, the Christ for All Nation Ministry, to conduct a week long crusade in Kano. Thousands […]

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Church members gather for a prayer circle after a shooting at the St. Stephen's Episcopal Church on Thursday, June 16, 2022 in Vestavia, Ala. (AP Photo/Butch Dill)

2 Killed, 1 Injured in Alabama Church Shooting

Two people were dead, and one was injured after a gunman opened fire at an Alabama church Thursday evening, authorities said. Vestavia Hills Police Capt. Shane Ware said officers responded to reports of an active shooter at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, at about 6:22 p.m. local time. Ware added that a suspect is in custody and […]

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Curb | Word Entertainment artist Dan Bremnes adventures Into The Wild released his new album today, June 17, 2022

Christian Music Releases for Friday, June 17, 2022

Curb | Word Entertainment artist Dan Bremnes adventures Into The Wild released his new album today, June 17, 2022. Christian Music Releases for Friday, June 17, 2022 5ive – Die Daily 7 Hills Worship Trust You (Live) (Single) Independent Aklesso – Left Hand Shawty Anna Golden Take It To Jesus (Live) (Single) Motown Gospel ASAP Preach x Brett Raio x […]

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Two women at a memorial honoring the victims of the Tops shooting across the street from the store in Buffalo (Image by The Washington Post/Getty Images)

Juneteenth is a Chance to Rethink Our Gun Culture

Christians should work together to address our nation’s hate-motivated gun violence. On May 14, I joined a group of pastors from Brooklyn leading a march through Chinatown, Manhattan. I’m a member of the 67th Precinct Clergy Council—also known as the “GodSquad”—which has long worked to prevent gun violence in our neighborhood of East Flatbush through street engagement, education, leadership training, neighborhood organizing, […]

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Under President Joe Biden’s order, the federal health department will release sample policies for states to expand health care options for LGBTQ patients, and the federal education department will release a sample school policy to achieve full inclusion of LGBTQ students. (Credit: REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst )

President Biden Signs Executive Order Pushing Back against State’s LGBT Restrictions

President Joe Biden signed an executive order Wednesday to advance LGBT rights Read the Executive Order here Facts The Executive order promises freedom and equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex. The number of young people who identify as transgender in the United States has nearly doubled in recent years. The surgery, used to construct a penis, has […]

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Orthodox Presbyterian Church General Assembly (Image by Tricia Stevenson)

Orthodox Presbyterian Church Apologizes for Multiple Incidents of Racism during General Assembly

The moderator at the 2022 General Assembly asked the people who made the statements to Eastern students and staff to come forward a second time on Monday morning. By Tuesday, one commissioner had come forward and personally apologized for making statements about “slave labor,” which he said was meant as a joke. Another apologized for the conflict with the staff […]

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