Acts

New Testament Book # 05 – Acts

Soldiers protecting a church building to how how The government protects normal religious activities, according to the law

The government protects normal religious activities, according to the law

The government protects normal religious activities, according to the law. That’s the dream and the goal of many of today’s Christians, isn’t it? It certainly seems to be in America. But this is from China. The atheist country that’s trying to destroy Christianity and rebuild it in their image. Still think the government protects religion?

The government protects normal religious activities, according to the law Read More »

Does Christian complaining make you want to avoid church?

Do complaining Christians make you want to avoid church?

Do complaining Christians make you want to avoid church? It might. Sometimes, maybe it even should. However, having said that, it depends on who’s complaining, why, and to whom? Believe it or not, Biblically speaking, some complaining can be good. But some complaints can be very destructive. Oh, by the way, don’t leave the church in general. Leave that church – and find another.

Do complaining Christians make you want to avoid church? Read More »

Are people happy? People are less happy than we used to be. Why?

People are less happy than we used to be. Why?

People are less happy over the last decade.  That really shouldn’t be a surprise.  At least, not for people who are honest.  While the number of millionaires and billionaires continues to rise, the number of people falling lower on a socioeconomic scale is rising even faster.  That, and other factors, leads to a general feeling of being “less happy”.  Maybe a better way to put it is just plain unhappy.

The question is – why?

People are less happy than we used to be. Why? Read More »

pigeon or dove - example of religious freedom in China

Religious freedom in China

To some, the idea of religious freedom in China sounds like an oxymoron.  You know – a figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms appear in conjunction.  Given that China is an officially atheist country, “religion” in China certainly isn’t what people in the so-called west expect.  Further, the concept of freedom of religion in an atheist country like China is, if it’s possible, even more of an oxymoron.

And yet …

View post to subscribe to site newsletter.

Religious freedom in China Read More »

Scroll to Top
I