From time to time surveys are undertaken asking people whether they believe in God. Surprisingly about 60% usually say they do, though only about 10% of them go regularly to a place of worship. But if the survey goes further, and asks these professed believers in God what they believe about Him, an almost incredible… Read More Religion power and authority for mankind
In different ways 2016 may have been the hottest years since the measurements and international news gathering. Before 2016 started the fire was already put on the tip of our shoes in 2014 and our shins may have been gone on fire in 2015. Though the financial crash in 2008 took care that our finances… Read More Analytics for our Christadelphian websites – 2016
One week after the 14th of Nisan we have come to read the familiar story of the trial and crucifixion of Jesus. After weeks of hearing the stories of Jesus walking around proclaiming the Kingdom of God we once more come to see how he was considered a danger to be get rid off. Hanging… Read More Internet meeting 2016 March 30, Tuesday
In this world human race goes about as if they are all wild animals let loose in front of all niceties they want. In this system of things there are some, a few, who do feel strongly they are going on the right path, which they want to share with others, though those other people… Read More Cognizance at the doorstep or at the internet socket
Dave Burke asks: Why is our local preaching so unsuccessful while our overseas evangelism rises from strength to strength? It’s not that we don’t know how to evangelise, or that preaching the Gospel isn’t important to us. Instead I believe it’s because overseas mission work is largely unfettered by the restrictions of the pervading culture… Read More Evangelisation, local preaching opposite overseas evangelism
For those who want to know more about the Christadelphians and Brothers in Christ two new encyclopaedic articles have been placed on the net. Today the media use many words very careless. There exist a slipshod when they are talking about religion. Often they say “the Christians are doing this or are saying that” and… Read More Two new encyclopaedic articles
Religious Practices around the world, Compiled and Explained – posted by Andy Rau — How many Christians–or Hindus, or Muslims, or Buddhists–are there in the world? What country contains the highest percentage of atheists? What and where are the largest churches in the world? All of these questions and hundreds of others are answered at adherents.org,… Read More Religious Practices around the world
The U.S. Founding Fathers: Their Religious Beliefs Although the United States of America Declaration of Independence mentioned “Nature’s God” and the “Creator,” the Constitution made no reference to a divine being, Christian or otherwise, and the First Amendment explicitly forbid the establishment of any official church or creed…. One quasi-religious conviction they all shared, however,… Read More Religious Beliefs Founding Fathers U.SA.