We live in an era when ignorance is valued above learning. When inexpertise is lauded. When stupidity and base vulgarity are embraced. We live in the saddest era of human history to this point. Woe upon us.
Daily Archives: 3 Jun 2018
It is a phenomenon that is on the rise throughout the world: The number of cases of demonic possession – and demands for priests to carry out exorcisms – is, according to multiple sources, soaring.
Medical science remains sceptical. However, a Princeton-and-Yale-educated mainstream psychiatrist believes demonic possession is indeed very real – and claims that the majority of Americans agree with him.
With 25 years experience in a private psychiatric practice and as a professor at New York Medical College and Columbia University, Dr Richard Gallagher has a rare vantage point to observe human behavior. And then there is the inhuman.
If you don’t believe it, just visit a mega-church ‘campus’.
They exist only for the purpose of boosting the ego of the ‘Senior Pastor’ who sees himself not as the shepherd of a flock (no shepherd watches over two flocks in two different locations) but as the CEO of a chain business.
If they were really churches in the biblical sense they would each have their own pastor. And if they were really concerned about missions they would plant independent Churches in other locations instead of establishing ‘other campuses’.
Multiple ‘campus’ ‘churches’ are an abomination invented by business majors (or Satan himself) and not theologians. They have no basis in Scripture, Church History, or theology.
Professor Gwilym H Jones passed away on May 31st. He spent most of his academic life in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at Bangor University and was appointed Head of Department in 1987. He made a significant contribution to the translation of the new Welsh Bible which appeared in 1988 and was awarded a DD by the University of Wales in 1985 for his contribution to the study of the Old Testament. He was, until his retirement, a regular attender of the Society’s meetings and was elected the Society’s President for 1995.