Pope says world's resources being squandered
AP - 18/07/2008

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - The world's natural resources are being squandered in the pursuit of "insatiable consumption," Pope Benedict XVI said Thursday in a speech urging followers to care more for the environment and reconnect with the principle of peace.

UK ratifies the EU Lisbon Treaty
BBC - 18/07/2008

WESTMINSTER - The UK has officially ratified the European Union's Lisbon Treaty.

The E.U. Takes Control
The Bruges Group - 18/07/2008

BRUSSELS - Here is a list of the latest EU power grab!

Time for Ireland to ditch the Euro?
Irish Independent - 18/07/2008

DUBLIN - In a piece in the Irish Independent, David McWilliams suggests that there may be a dramatic option to ease the burden of the imminent recession in Ireland: pulling out of the Euro.

Crisis of Faith
reuters.com - 17/07/2008

NEW YORK - The nightmare scenario for US economic authorities is here: confidence in their ability to rescue the country from a housing-led financial panic is now at its lowest level since the crisis began.

Israeli critics question lopsided prisoner swap
AP - 17/07/2008

JERUSALEM - Critics of Israel's lopsided prisoner exchange with Lebanese guerrillas said Wednesday that such deals only encourage more hostage-taking - a fear underscored by Gaza militants who said the swap proves that kidnapping is the only language Israel understands.

Gore's activism less welcome when gas costs 4 bucks
thehill.com - 17/07/2008

WASHINGTON - Al Gore hopes to put global warming back at the top of Washington's agenda Thursday, but some Democrats in Congress are questioning his timing when they are getting pummeled by Republicans over record gas prices.

Energy crisis greater threat than terrorism
thehill.com - 17/07/2008

WASHINGTON - Rep. John Peterson (R-Pa.) said Wednesday that the nation's energy problem "is more important and threatening to America's future than terrorism."

Thousands flee Nigerian militants
BBC - 17/07/2008

NIGERIA - Thousands of Nigerians have fled the Niger Delta oil town of Bonny after militants threatened to behead people who are not originally from the area.

Irish wary of 'second vote' idea
BBC - 17/07/2008

DUBLIN - Irish ministers have reacted robustly to the French president's remark that the Republic of Ireland should hold a new referendum on the Lisbon Treaty.

SA prostitution plans condemned
BBC - 17/07/2008

DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA - Plans to legalise prostitution for the 2010 football World Cup in South Africa have been criticised by religious groups and opposition parties.

Pope lauds apology to Aborigines
BBC - 17/07/2008

AUSTRALIA - Pope Benedict XVI has praised the Australian government for apologising to the country's indigenous people for past injustices.

Beirut welcomes freed prisoners
BBC - 17/07/2008

LEBANON - The leader of Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, has personally welcomed home five militants freed by Israel.

Migrant criminal network exposed
BBC - 17/07/2008

LONDON - A network of criminality in one of the UK's largest illegal immigrant communities has been exposed by an undercover BBC News investigation.

Christian doctrine offensive to Muslims
telegraph.co.uk - 16/07/2008

ENGLAND - Key elements of Christian doctrine are offensive to Muslims, the ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY has said in a letter to Islamic scholars.

“Just what is an APOSTLE?”
Just what is an Apostle?

Today we find the Church of God in a “wilderness of religious confusion!”

The confusion is not merely around the Church – within the religions of the world outside – but WITHIN the very heart of The True Church itself!

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Listen to Me, You who know righteousness, You people in whose heart is My Law: …I have put My words in your mouth, I have covered you with the shadow of My hand, That I may plant the heavens, Lay the foundations of the earth, and say to Zion, “you are My people” (Isaiah 51:7,16)