Christians Massacred, Media Look the Other Way

Sep 8, 2019 by

by Guilio Meotti, Gatestone Institute: […]  The program for the Amazon’s synod in Rome talks about “life threatened”, “inculturation and interculturality”, “extractivist destruction” and “indigenous peoples”, among other matters. There is, however, another group of “indigenous people” whose life has been “threatened” and who live under an existential physical “destruction.” They are the persecuted...

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Archbishop Welby pontificates on climate change, but clams up on persecution of Christians in India

Sep 5, 2019 by

by Jules Gomes, Rebel Priest: The Archbishop of Canterbury has been admonished for remaining tight-lipped on the persecution of Indian Christians, while sounding off on climate change and religious pluralism during his ten-day trip to India. “Climate change is happening. You in India have seen the effect of climate change first hand,” Archbishop Justin Welby told a select audience at the United Theological College in Bangalore, while turning a blind eye to a petition addressed to him from the...

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Bishop blames Marxism for rising persecution of Catholics in Nicaragua

Sep 4, 2019 by

by Jules Gomes, Church Militant: Nicaragua’s most outspoken bishop has accused the country’s “demonic” Marxist regime of persecuting the Catholic Church and of “murders and crimes against humanity.” Bishop Juan Abelardo Mata, bishop of Estelí, 73, reputed to be the “toughest” bishop of the Episcopal Conference of Nicaragua, attacked President Daniel Ortega’s dictatorship for “using” papal nuncio Abp. Waldemar Stanisław Sommertag...

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12,000 at EFAC NIGERIA Convention address Perilous Times

Aug 28, 2019 by

from EFAC: The Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion was founded in 1961 with the conviction that a strong biblical witness is essential for the life and health of the Anglican Communion, within the wider context of seeking first God’s kingdom and building up His people. Motivated by the same conviction some Anglican Church leaders in Nigeria became interested in EFAC programmes abroad, including the scholarship scheme. In 1978, at a Congress on World Evangelization held at Ife in...

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The Extinction of Christians in the Middle East

Aug 18, 2019 by

by Giulio Meotti, Gatestone Institute: Convert, pay or die. Five years ago, that was the “choice” the Islamic State (ISIS) gave to Christians in Mosul, then Iraq’s third-largest city: either embrace Islam, submit to a religious tax or face the sword. ISIS then marked Christian houses with the Arabic letter ن (N), the first letter of the Arabic word “Nasrani” (“Nazarene,” or “Christian”) . Christians could often take no more than the clothes...

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Book Review: Neither Bomb nor Bullet

Aug 13, 2019 by

by J S Marshall: Benjamin Kwashi with Andrew Boyd, Monarch Books, July 2019 In troubled times we need the power of God in the lives of men and women sent by Him to inspire and lead us. Such, I have to say I was convinced, having read his amazing life story, is Archbishop Benjamin Kwashi, who as the subtitle says is truly on “the front line.” By this, I mean the city of Jos, in Plateau State Nigeria. Jos is in the centre of Nigeria and its continually central the news for...

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