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The Process
A Beginning of Global Governance
A BEGINNING OF GLOBAL GOVERNANCE - #1 in a series Contender Ministries Posted: May 20, 2002 A new International Criminal Court was officially instituted at the United Nations Headquarters on the 11th of April, 2002, without ratification from the United States. President Clinton signed the treaty on his last day in office indicating the ... (more)

In Defense of the Trinity
Answering Common Objections to the Doctrine of the Trinity Author: Ben Rast Source: Contender Ministries - August 23, 2005 Though the doctrine of the Trinity is quite biblical, many Christians find themselves unable to adequately answer the attacks on this doctrine by other monotheistic religions such as Islam and Judaism, as well as polytheistic and henotheistic religions such as Mormonism and the Jehovah’s Witnesses (henotheism is the belief in multiple gods, but the worship of only one). Few Christian doctrines are attacked so viciously as the doctrine of the Trinity. This aspect of the nature of God is awe-inspiring and wonderful. As Christians, we should be prepared to explain it to unbelievers and to defend it against attacks. As you will see, most arguments against the Trinity are weak and unable to stand up to biblical scrutiny or an appeal to logic. If you witness to a Mormon, Jehovah’s Witness, or a Muslim, some of these arguments are likely to come up, and... (more)

Argh Not The Pony
To the bank to the bank, to the bank to the bank
I went to Amsterdam for some days and did some stuff! It was mostly really fun but it's an easy city to get lost in and it was glaringly obvious that I'm the only one who's moved out so it did make me frustrated at points but it was pretty sick Monday our plane was delayed by FIVE HOURS so we were in the airport for seven hours lol I bought a colouring book and so did Abi and Sasha and we went to Spoons for food and ended up having to do a mad dash because it said gate closed even though it HADN'T so we were all pretty sweaty and tired and furious by the time we even got to the place, but we did and went straight to sleep p much On Tuesday we went into the city centre and had breakfast there, and wandered around the red light district in the day which was at once a kind of funny but also very sobering experience, and we went to like three different bars for Heineken and in one we sat out in the sun which was lovely, and in one they had a cat! And I stroked it and we talked about... (more)

Prophecy Made Easy
Prophecy Made Easy By Alan T. Reed Dedicated to a good friend Barbara Bryant, and to my Grandchildren © Alan T. Reed July 2015 This is not a religious paper, but more of a short history paper on prophecy. I’ve had a fascination about prophecy for a very long time. And because you ordered this article, you must at least have a passing interest as well. Where we are in history according to prophecy and where are we heading is important. But if you’re the type pf... (more)

let's declare
Today, let’s declare that no matter where life takes us, we will remain firmly planted in faith and obedient to God. We may not get to choose the circumstances in our life, but we can always choose our disposition. Let’s resolve to act with faith, integrity, and kindness in any situation, just as we would today. With prayers for shalom, peace, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein

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