On an episode of A&E’s “Cults and Extreme Belief”, correspondent Elizabeth Vargas profiled an offshoot of the Unification Church called the World Peace and Unification Sanctuary.
Instead of detailing how the sect’s theology differed from that of orthodox interpretations of Christianity or even the questionable recruitment techniques utilized by Moonie organizations, the episode spent an inordinate amount of time…Continue
Added by Dr. Frederick Meekins on June 27, 2018 at 6:45pm — No Comments
Professional religionists spanning a broad theological spectrum along with a number of prominent public figures have joined forces in criticizing migrant detention policies blamed on President Trump perceived as splitting up family units.
A number of these such as the Roman Catholic Church and Southern Baptist Convention also hold sizable properties such as universities and denominational…Continue
Added by Dr. Frederick Meekins on June 20, 2018 at 6:56pm — No Comments
A survey indicates that most millennials would rather date a convicted felon over a Trump supporter. Likewise, why should Trump supporters settle for these deadbeats and sloppy seconds? Jesus might forgive but that does not cure STD’s. Given the conscientious vocalization of this sentiment, perhaps pity should be denied when said millennials are victims of the convicted felon’s domestic violence, indolence, and criminal conspiracy.…Continue
Added by Dr. Frederick Meekins on June 10, 2018 at 9:45am — No Comments
A missionary said that Christians ought to share the Gospel with those that do not look like them. But shouldn’t the Christian also be willing to share the Gospel with those that DO look like them, even if this includes White and Americans? If missiological theory now holds that it is often best to let the natives reach out to other natives if at all possible, why should Whites and Americans be chastised if they are most comfortable with reaching out to other…Continue
Added by Dr. Frederick Meekins on June 2, 2018 at 8:55am — No Comments