Tag: Christianity

Can We Save Santa?

Santa Claus, is known by many names: Saint Nicholas, Father Christmas, Kris Kringle and simply “Santa“. He is a figure that has been influenced by legend, myth, and folklore. He wears red, is pulled around on a sleigh by a bunch of reindeer and delivers presents to good children on the 24th of December. The purpose of my post…

Common Questions of Amillenialism. #Ed. 2

The is the second post in this series, to see the first click here. Since I want to keep these posts brief and accessible I have limited how much I will answer on each question. Today I am only answering one question, as only one came up as a result of the last post. Again,…

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…

This Week in Africa (14/11/13)

– News relevant to Christians in Africa The Church Kept Nigeria Together – President Goodluck Jonathan says that were it not for the church, Nigeria would have disintegrated. ‘Live by faith’: The Ebenezer Hannah Home in South Africa –  In the suburb of Ennerdale located in the deep south of Greater Johannesburg The Ebenezer Hannah…

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…