Category: Religion

Common Questions of Amillenialism. #Ed. 1

Amillenialism (Amil’s) has been roughly marginalized in the modern evangelical church. So much of Evangelicalism is influenced by America, which since the First World War has been dominated by Dispensationalism (if these labels mean nothing to you, don’t worry, keep reading, and you will pick it up). There are different groups in Chrisendom who are…

Dealing Biblically with Shyness

In your younger years would you most likely be clinging to your mom’s leg? Did you kind of bob your head behind those in front of you when the teacher was looking for a volunteer? Still doing that now? Shyness and overpowering self-doubt are apparently very common, and they can be paralysing. But it doesn’t…

Book Review: Blood Work

The Bible is a bloody book, and Christianity is a blood soaked faith. There is such an emphasis on blood because we live in a sin drenched world. “If the history of redemption is a story told in pictures, the blood of Christ is the paint with which that story is portrayed”[i]. The Scriptures teach…

This Week in Africa (07/11/2013)

– News relevant to Christians in Africa Illegal Abortions Thrive in South Africa: Despite South Africa’s ‘progressive’ laws regarding abortion, many women are still having back street abortions. Surprise: The African Church is Not very Charismatic: In light of John MacArthur’s recent conference ‘Strange Fire’, Christianity Today has done this piece demonstrating that despite what…

This Week in Africa (31/10/2013)

– News relevant to Christians in Africa 1. Zimbabwe Launches Religious Tourism Policy: The Zimbabwean government has apparently made a decision that religion is a good way to make money. Drawing people to visit their ‘Holy Shrines’ and famous ‘prophets’ is the new tactic for growing the economy. (Source dubious) 2. Church in Southern Africa Challenged to…