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Jewish Sanhedrin Challenge To Trump: Pray At Temple Mount

Written by | May 22, 2017 | 0
Posted with permission from WND Republish Reprint President Trump is headed to the Holy Land, leaving behind a domestic media frenzy over alleged campaign collusion with Russia. But the reconstituted Jewish high court, the nascent Sanhedrin, has a plan for the beleaguered president to obtain a massive blessing for himself and the world – pray at the Temple Mount. The Sanhedrin, a group of prominent rabbinical leaders who re-formed the ancient body of Jewish judges which was once the legislative body of Israel, said President Trump would help the cause of world peace by praying at the sacred location. They’re not the only ones encouraging Trump to take such a step. “I love this idea by the Israeli Sanhedrin for President Trump to visit the Temple Mount when he is in Israel,”

BREAKING: Russian Ambassador to Turkey Assassinated

Written by | December 20, 2016 | 0
“And Ehud put forth his left hand, and took the sword from his right thigh, and thrust it into his belly.” Judges 3:21 (The Israel Bible™) (Shutterstock) Russian media has announced that Andrey Karlov, the Russian Ambassador to Turkey, was shot and killed by an assailant. Several witnesses claim the gunman shouted, “Allahu Akhbar” (God is great, in Arabic) before firing at least eight shots. Three other people were reportedly shot in the attack. There are also reports that the gunman yelled,””We die in Aleppo, you die here” and “don’t forget Aleppo, Syria”. Aleppo is the besieged city in Syria presently undergoing a human-rights crisis. Though Russia and Turkey are on opposing sides of the conflict in Syria, they have been cooperating in efforts to evacuate civilians

These 8 Black Celebrities Don’t Believe In Jesus Christ

Written by | December 7, 2016 | 0
By Victor Ochieng Black people are generally very religious. They register high numbers in churches. This can also be drawn from the high number of Black celebrities who thank God whenever they win awards, acknowledging that God has a hand in their success. This is why atheism isn’t so much linked to the Black community. In reality, however, there are many atheists and non-believer Blacks, including high profile celebrities. Below is a list of some of them: Samuel L. Jackson – He’s among the most famous and top rated Black actors of all time. Jackson is one actor who believes his talent isn’t God-given because, as he puts it, “I work at it. I still learn, I read.” Chris Rock – He ranks among the world’s greatest comedians of all time. Although Rock comes from a Christian

Is A Muslim Registry Really Needed In The U.S.?

Written by | December 7, 2016 | 0
By Victor Ochieng According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the number of hate incidents have risen since Republican Donald Trump won the presidential election. Right from his campaigns, it was clear that he was relying on bigotry and politics of hate to navigate his way to the most powerful office on the planet. It’s a dark day for America! Who could’ve thought that someone in his right mind would vote for Trump, let alone the candidate getting enough votes to win the presidency? Trump openly advocated for a total ban on Muslims setting foot in the U.S. He didn’t rule out the possibility of having a special registry for Americans who adhere to the Muslim faith. Trump openly ridiculed women based on their bodies, and, during the last stretch of his campaign, a recording surfaced

Is Pastor Jamal Bryant Finally Engaged To Singer Tweet?

Written by | December 7, 2016 | 0
By Victor Ochieng Word on the internet has it that Pastor Jamal Bryant finally popped the “will you marry me?” question to his sweetheart, R&B singer Tweet. And, as expected, Tweet answered in the affirmative. Good for the couple. A lot of great things are happening in Tweet’s life. Her fans waited patiently for her return to the music scene, and when she made a comeback, she came back bigger, releasing her “Charlene” album. She also assisted Solange in her “1 Seat At The Table” album. Another amazing development is that the southern hummingbird found love in 2016 with Pastor Bryant. From their social media posts, it was clear that the two were deeply in love. They first went public with their relationship on national TV, declaring on The Preachers show that they were a

Bishop T.D. Jakes Speaks About Systemic Racism And How To Overcome It

Written by | November 30, 2016 | 0
By Victor Ochieng Racism in America is a disease that has robbed many people of opportunities and has even resulted in uncountable loss of lives. Many leaders, government agencies, and non-governmental organizations have made efforts to root out racism from within the American society to no avail. A lot more needs to be done, and different people have their opinions on how best to go about it. During the 2016 Global Leadership Summit, Bishop T.D. Jakes held a discussion with Bill Hybels on systemic racism and the criminal justice system, which has been widely criticized as a corrupt, racist, and biased system that only works against minorities, more so against African Americans. Hybels started by asking Jakes about his view on why not so much is being achieved in spite of spirited efforts

Christians in India: Are Believers Safer Under Modi’s Gov’t or Facing Increased Persecution?

Written by | November 30, 2016 | 0
  (Photo: Reuters/Danish Siddiqui)A protester holds a placard during a rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches nationwide, in Mumbai, February 9, 2015. Five churches in the Indian capital New Delhi have reported incidents of arson, vandalism and burglary. The latest was reported last week when an individual stole ceremonial items. Hindu Extremism Rising 7 Years After Mass Slaughter of Christians One such attack occurred in August in the village of Katholi where 29 Christians were tortured and beaten for refusing to deny their faith in Jesus Christ, which was reported by a number of persecution watchdog groups, including Open Doors. Some organizations, such as Christian Aid Mission, a foreign mission board that assists native missionaries

Afghan Muslims Threatening to Kill Christian Converts in European Refugee Camps: Report

Written by | November 30, 2016 | 0
  (Photo: Reuters/Yannis Behrakis)A stranded Iranian woman cries as she embraces a colleague who just had his mouth sewed shut during a protest at the Greek-Macedonian border near the Greek village of Idomeni November 26, 2015. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. Christian refugees in migrant camps across Europe are speaking out against the persecution they face at the hands of Muslims who are targeting converts from Islam. BosNewsLife featured several stories of Christians who are speaking about their treatment in camps across Europe, with one group of believers stating in a letter

Bones of 4th Century Christian Saint Survive ISIS’ Destruction of Syrian Church

Written by | November 30, 2016 | 0
  (Photo: Reuters/Ahmed Saad)Iraqi Christians attend mass at Mar George Chaldean Church in Baghdad, March 1, 2015. Iraqi Christians say they have no intention of leaving the country despite the recent abduction of over 100 Assyrian Christians by the Islamic State. Christians returning home to the Syrian town of Al Qaryatayn have said that even though the Islamic State terror group destroyed the monastery of fourth century saint Mar Elian, his relics survived, and will be restored. “In Mar Elian, we have always hoped to welcome everyone. Mar Elian was really a sign of hope for the Syrian people,” Father Jacques Mourad, a priest who was previously captured by IS, told Prince Charles Decries ‘Unbearable Misery’ of Christians Suffering in Syria “Everything

Fastest-Growing Churches Have Modern Worship, Teach Literal Interpretation of the Bible: Study

Written by | November 30, 2016 | 0
A Canadian study has found that Mainline Protestant churches that have both modern worship services and teach a literal interpretation of the Bible grow faster.   (Photo: Reuters/John Gress)A parishioner cries as he signs a song of worship in the 7,000-seat Willow Creek Community church during a Sunday service in South Barrington, Illinois, November 20, 2005. Institutions like Willow Creek and Houston’s Lakewood Church, each drawing 20,000 or more on a weekend, offer not just a vast, shared attraction but a path that tries to link individuals on a faith-sustaining one-to-one level beyond the crowd, observers and worshipers say. The Canadian researchers who authored the study, “Theology Matters: Comparing the Traits of Growing and Declining Mainline Protestant Church Attendees