Why is Jesus called King of kings? 

Why is Jesus called King of kings? 

supreme power The Bible uses the word “king” to signify someone possessing supreme power. In fact, God is referred to as a King in 1 Timothy 1:17: “Now to the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only God, be honor and glory for ever and ever....
Pakistan – Blasphemy Incidents

Pakistan – Blasphemy Incidents

The story of Samina Mushtaq via Gatestone Institute. The story of Samina Mushtaq via Gatestone: https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/19336/pakistan-blasphemy-accusers Christian Comment We have wondered before whether it is correct to describe Pakistan as a failed state,...
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This piece is re-tweeted from a non-Christian Source (Southbank Investments). It is thought provoking, and offered on that basis to Christian Comment readers.  <<<<<>>>>> You’re standing in the supermarket. You’ve got maybe ten items in...
The Myth of Diversity

The Myth of Diversity

An interesting perspective from Voice for Justice Voice for Justice Voice for Justice is always an interesting and challenging read. Here they comment upon recent announcements that the number of ‘non-heterosexuals’ is now aclaimed to be 3% of the British...
Religion or Relationship?

Religion or Relationship?

What does God want? Peter Sammons reflects. Mankind and his religions Mankind loves a good religion! A religion tends to ‘cushion’ any relationship with the divine and allow mankind to hide (so he thinks) behind rules, regulations, reproach – and even rage. The key...